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PRINTED BY THE ORDER OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 

TORONTO 

Printed and Published by the Queen's Printer and Publisher 



To The Honourable William Ross Macdonald, P.C, CD., Q.C., LL.D. 
Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Ontario. 



May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the PubUc 
Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 1972, 
in accordance with the requirements of The Ministry of Treasury, Economics 
and Intergovernmental Affairs Act, 1972. 



Respectfully submitted. 



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C. S. MacNaughton, 

Treasurer of Ontario, 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs. 



Toronto, October 31, 1972. 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 

It is my pleasure to present the Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario for 
the year ended March 31, 1972. 

General revenues were $11.7 million higher than anticipated in the 1971 Budget. 
Cuts in personal income taxes and health insurance were offset by higher than 
anticipated corporation tax revenue. This reflects a more buoyant tax picture 
but is primarily due to the cash flow lag in the impact of the 5% investment 
tax credit. 

Massive additional expenditures were undertaken in December, 1971 when my 
predecessor introduced a Supplementary Supply Bill for $173 million to stimulate 
winter employment, to accelerate capital works, and to increase family assistance. 
The consequent rise in the budgetary deficit and the level of net debt is 
still well within the Province's means. I have been pleased to see the results 
of these expenditures reflected in the improvement in the general economic 
picture since that time. 

The responsibility for the direction of the preparation of the Pubhc Accounts 
was assigned to the Treasurer of Ontario by the Legislature under Section 13 
of The Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs Act, 
1972. Consequently my predecessor directed that the following changes be made 
to the format and content of the 1971-72 Public Accounts to improve its 
readability, timeliness and value. 

The Public Accounts are being issued in three volumes: Volume 1 contains 
the financial statements of the Province; Volume 2 contains the financial 
statements of those Provincial crown corporations, boards and commissions 
in which the Province has an investment or which have an advance from 
the Province; and Volume 3 contains the details of expenditures required 
by the Standing Committee on Public Accounts. 

The expenditure statements in Volume 1 disclose the accountability of the 
Government by providing a consistency and continuity between the format 
of the Expenditure Estimates which is an expression of the Government's 
plans and the format of the Public Accounts which is an expression of the 
Government's actual performance in relation to its plans. In addition, 
the previous year's actual expenditures are shown, in summary form, for 
comparison. 

Explanatory notes are included in Volume 1 to acquaint the reader with 
the basis and terminology used in reporting the financial transactions of 
the Province. 

The process of improving the way in which the results of the financial trans- 
actions of an organization the size of the Ontario Government are communicated 
to interested persons is a continuous and challenging task. I welcome your 
comments and advice which might lead to continuing improvements in subsequent 
publications of the Public Accounts. 



C. S. MacNaughton, 

Treasurer of Ontario, 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. 



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EXPLANATORY NOTES 

1. Scope of the Public Accounts 

The 1971-72 Public Accounts of the Province of Ontario comprise three volumes; 

Volume 1 contains the financial statements of the Province. 

Volume 2 (to be issued at a later date) contains the financial statements of those provincial 
Crown Corporations, boards and commissions in which the Province has an investment or which 
have an advance from the Province. 

Volume 3 (to be issued at a later date) contains the details of expenditures required by the 
Standing Committee on Public Accounts, 

2. Basis of Reporting 

The financial statements reflect the "cash flow" principle of accounting used by the Province of 
Ontario in which transactions are recorded as cash flows into and out of the Consohdated Revenue 
Fund. As the name implies, it is through this fund that provincial moneys must pass in accordance 
with the annual budget approved by the Legislature whose duty it is to report to the pubhc on 
the source and disposition of the revenues which it receives. 

With respect to the financial operations of the provincial Crown Corporations, agencies, boards and 
commissions, the financial statements presented in Volume 1 reflect (i) the year-end position of the 
advances to or the investments in these entities which are made from the Consolidated Revenue Fund 
and (ii) the extent to which their operations have been financed from or have contributed to the Fund 
for the year. 

The transactions of the Consolidated Revenue Fund are presented on a basis designed to highlight 
the three distinct areas of government activity : 

"budgetary transactions", which relate to operational activities; 

"non-budgetary transactions", which relate to the lending, investment and trust administration 
function; and 

"debt transactions", which relate to borrowing and repayment. 

Part of government's role is to provide facilities which have lasting value, such as roads, buildings, 
and other pubhc works. Such expenditures on fixed assets do not produce income in the same way 
as is expected of expenditures on fixed assets of a business. Nor can it be said that expenditures on a 
new road, for example, will benefit future tax payers in a way which is significantly different from 
expenditures on education or the prevention of forest fires. Accordingly, provincial expenditures on 
fixed assets are treated as non-recoverable expenditures of each fiscal year and are carried at a nominal 
value. 

3. Reporting of Departmental Expenditures 

Volume 1 contains three separate expenditure statements for each department : 

"Statement of Expenditure by Program" 

This statement provides an overview of the expenditures of each department. It shows, by 
departmental program and in total for the department, the amount of the current year's actual 
expenditures which is compared with the related appropriation for the current year and the 
previous year's actual expenditures. 

Departmental totals for statutory appropriations, general expenditures and disbursements are also 
shown. 



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"Statement of Expenditure by Program and Activity" 

This statement, prepared for each departmental program, is designed to show the activities 
comprising the program. The appropriation for each activity is analyzed according to funds 
appropriated through the Expenditure Estimates or approved by Management Board and the total 
is compared to the actual amount spent for the fiscal year. Statutory payments are reported 
separately. The "program description" narrative contained in the Expenditure Estimates is 
included with the statement to provide the reader with a general description of the program. 

"Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification" 

This statement reports actual departmental expenditures for each program at the identical 
level of detail provided in the Expenditure Estimates where the funds were voted; i.e. on the 
basis of the Standard Accounts Classification within each activity as shown in the 1971-72 
Expenditure Estimates. Thus both the Expenditure Estimates and the actual expenditures are 
expressed on the same basis so that the reader can compare planned performance with actual 
performance. 

4. Standard Accounts Classification 

The following is a brief outline of the types of expenditures included in each of the eight Standard 
Accounts comprising the Standard Accounts Classifications : 

Salaries and Wages 

Includes salaries and wages, overtime and other remuneration paid to regular, probationary and 
unclassified staff. It also includes indemnities and allowances paid to Members of the Legislative 
Assembly, and foreign service and other special allowances paid to public servants. 

Employee Benefits 

Includes the Government's contribution as an employer to the Canada Pension Plan, the Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, the Unemployment Insurance Fund, the Workmen's Compensation 
Board, and the other employee benefit plans. 

Transportation and Communication 

Includes travelling expenses of public servants on government business and recipients of government 
services, such as wards of the Province. Also, included are relocation expenses of pubUc servants 
who are transferred, expenses of moving office furniture and equipment, and costs of transportation 
of goods other than for initial delivery. 

Includes mailing costs, such as postage and registration; and communication costs, such as tele- 
phone, telegram, and data communications. 

Services 

Includes charges for information services, such as, advertising provided by professional agencies, 
advertising placed directly with the media, and services for the production of departmental 
publications and films. 

Also included are charges for the rental and the purchased repair and maintenance of machinery 
and equipment, buildings, land and engineering structures. 

Includes charges for data processing services and printing and duplicating services. Also included 
in this account are insurance premiums and other miscellaneous charges for special services. 

Supplies and Equipment 

Includes the purchase of all machinery and equipment, both new and used. Also includes the 
purchase of all materials, supplies and utihties. 

Acquisition /Construction of Physical Assets 

Includes all costs of acquisition and construction by contract of new and used buildings and 
engineering structures. Also included in this account is the cost of acquisition of land. 

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Transfer Payments 

Includes grants, subsidies, allowances, etc., to persons, the business sector, non-commercial 
institutions and other governmental bodies. 

Other Transactions 

Includes several special transactions, such as, Ontario Development Corporation — Loan forgiveness 
and Guarantees and Municipal Taxes on A.R.D.A. owned property. 

Statutory appropriations and disbursements and charges are not Standard Accounts. Accordingly 
amounts spent on them are shown, where applicable, as separate entries under the Standard Accounts 
Classification details relating to each activity. 

5. Change in Basis of Reporting Revenues and Expenditures 

Effective with the 1971-72 fiscal year the following change has been made to present more clearly 
the total impact of the Province's revenues and expenditures. Income from reimbursements of 
expenditures, formerly deducted from general expenditure to arrive at "net general expenditure", 
now remains part of general revenues. This has the effect of increasing both the revenues and 
the expenditures by the same amount but has no effect upon the deficit. Where applicable, 
comparative figures for prior years have been restated to conform with this new basis. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



NDEX TO Details of Revenue and Expenditure 



No. of 
Dept. 


Departments 


Summary 
Page 


Revenue 
Page 


Expenditure 
Page 


I 


Agriculture and Food 


51 


52 


53-64 


II 


Civil Service 


65 




66-72 


III 


Colleges and Universities 


73 


74 


75-83 


IV 


Correctional Services 


85 


86 


87-93 


V 


Education 


95 


96 


97-111 


VI 


Environment 


113 


114 


115-129 


VII 


Financial and Commercial Affairs 


131 


132 


133-145 


VIII 


Health 


147 


148-149 


150-165 


IX 


Justice 


167 


168 


169-197 


X 


Labour 


199 


200 


201-215 


XI 


Lands and Forests 


217 


218 


219-225 


XII 


Lieutenant Governor 


227 




228-230 


XIII 


Management Board 


231 




232-236 


XIV 


Mines and Northern Affairs 


237 


238 


239-251 


XV 


Municipal Affairs 


. . 253 


254 

272 


255-269 


XVI 


Prime Minister 


271 


273-275 


XVII 


Provincial Auditor 


277 




278-280 


XVIII 


Provincial Secretary and Citizenship 


281 


282 


283-291 


XIX 


Public Works 


293 


294 


295-301 


XX 


Revenue 


303 


304 
316 


305-313 


XXI 


Social and Family Services 


315 


317-324 


XXII 


Tourism and Information 


325 


326 
340 


327-337 


XXIII 


Trade and Development 


339 


341-352 


XXIV 


Transportation and Communications 

Highways 


353 


354 
355 

380 


356-366 




Transport 


353 


367-377 


XXV 


Treasury and Economics 


379 


381-398 



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INDEX TO STATEMENTS 

Page 

Statement of Assets and Liabilities 10-1 1 

Schedules to Statement of Assets and Liabilities 12-14 

Notes to Statement of Assets and Liabilities, etc 15 

Consolidated Revenue Fund 16 

General Revenue and Expenditure 17 

Non-Budgetary Transactions 18 

MISCELLANEOUS STATEMENTS 

Accounts Payable 46 

Accounts Receivable 46 

Contingent Liabilities 40-43 

Debt Transactions — Proceeds of Loans, etc 24-25 

Debt Transactions — Retirements 28 

Department of Revenue Act — Remissions 45 

Equipment, Stores, Livestock and Materials 47 

Financial Administration Act — Losses 44 

General Revenue by Source 19 

Interest, Exchange and Discount 20 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 32 

Loans and Advances — Disbursements 26-27 

Loans and Advances — Repayments 21 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund 33 

Pension Funds, Deposit and Trust and Reserve Accounts — Charges 27-28 

Pension Funds, Deposit and Trust and Reserve Accounts — Deposits 22-23 

Province of Ontario Savings Office Balance Sheet 30 

Public Service Superannuation Fund 31 

Stock and Debentures Outstanding 34-39 

Summary of Expenditures 49 

Summary of Revenue 48 

Temporary Investments 29 

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10 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

PROVINCE OF 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND 

(with comparative 

Assets 

Page 1972 1971 

No. $ $ 

. . Cash 580,073,942 582,859,632 

29 Temporary investments (at cost) 63,912,134 52,330,105 

643,986,076 635.189,737 

12 Advances to commissions 1,358,270,421 1,257,482,501 

12 Advances and investments — Crown corporations 2,457,024,377 2,035,247,651 

12 Loans to municipalities 164,036,060 166,398,918 

13 Other loans and investments (at cost) 190,917,714 159,666,321 

15 Fixed assets 1 1 

13 Inactive assets 4,346,270 4,346,536 

Total assets 4,818,580,919 4,258,331,665 

13 Less : Reserve for inactive assets 4,300,955 4,300,955 

Net realizable assets 4,814,279,964 4,254,030,710 

Net debt 2,153,538,713 1,634,347,859 

6.967.818,677 5,888.378.569 



Approved on behalf of the Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs: 




H. I. MACDONALD, Deputy Treasurer of Ontario and Deputy Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. 



G. McINTYRE, C.A., Executive Director, Finance Policy. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



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ONTARIO 

LIABILITIES AS AT MARCH 31, 1972 

figures for 1971) 

Liabilities 

Page , 1972 1971 

No. ' $ I 

30 Demand deposits with the Province of Ontario Savings Office 146,039,429 116,656,777 

13 Pension funds 508,057,177 433,485,582 

14 Deposit, trust and reserve accounts 56,317,538 157,294,735 

25 Treasury bills 190,000,000 

25 Federal — Provincial special development loans 5,654,499 

39 Stock and debentures 6,079,830,534 5,193,217,975 

16 Less: Ontario debentures held as investments 18,080,500 12,276,500 

39 6,061,750,034 5,180,941,475 



6,967,818,677 5,888,378,569 



43 Contingent liabilities: 

Bonds, etc., guaranteed by the Province. 



2,780,740,101 2,412,980,912 



I have examined the above Statement of Assets and Liabilities of the Province of Ontario as at 
March 31, 1972, the Statements of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, the General Revenue and Expenditure 
and related statements for the year ended on that date. 

Subject to the comments in my report to the Legislative Assembly as required under section 20 of 
The Audit Act, in my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the 
Province as at March 31, 1972 and the results of its operations for the year then ended and were prepared in 
accordance with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the 
preceding year. 



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Office of Provincial Auditor, 
Toronto. 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



12 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 
As at March 31, 1972 

ADVANCES TO COMMISSIONS 

$ $ 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

secured 1,005.317,000 

unsecured 84,146,349 1,089,463,349 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 238,599,137 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 30,207,935 



,358,270,421 



ADVANCES AND INVESTMENTS— CROWN CORPORATIONS 

$ 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 1,011,392,449 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 989,562,740 

Ontario Housing Corporation 154,763,401 

Housing Corporation Limited 142,590,000 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 85,269,606 

Ontario Development Corporation 45,210,352 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 22,938,714 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 4,435,400 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation 861,715 



2,457,024,377 



LOANS TO MUNICIPALITIES 

Sundry municipalities re municipal works assistance 83,025,430 

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 52,740,000 

Sundry municipahties re tile drainage 22,796,076 

Township of Elhot Lake 3,135,900 

Town of Kapuskasing 1,492,610 

City of Windsor 414,244 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 292,500 

The Moosonee Development Area Board 129,000 

Township of Atikokan 10,300 



164,036,060 



OTHER LOANS AND INVESTMENTS 

$ $ 
Loans to public hospitals- 
Loans for hospital construction 20,656,755 

Capital financial assistance 128,457,697 149,114,452 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario 25,074,515 

The Sault Ste. Marie Bridge Act — 

International Bridge Authority of Michigan — bonds 7,615,072 

St. Mary's River Bridge Company — shares 1,370 7,616,442 

Sundry co-operative associations 2,350,768 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



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SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES— Continued 

OTHER LOANS AND INVESTMENTS— Continued 

$ 
Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — bonds 

Maturing June 30, 1972 to 1977 300,000 

Maturing April 1, 1980 2,100,000 

Provincial Student- Aid Loans 

Municipal and school tax credit assistance 

Loans under The Fisheries Loans Act 

Sundry conservation authorities 



2,400,000 

1,286,739 

1,732,075 

752,580 

590,143 

190,917,714 



INACTIVE ASSETS 

Government of Canada — 

Debt Account — (Canada, 47 Victoria, Cap. 4) 

Capitalized value on which interest is payable semi-annually at 5% 

Common School Fund — share of permanent trust fund held by the Government of 
Canada for the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec jointly on which interest is 
payable semi-annually at 5% 

Settlers' Loans 



2,848,290 



1,452,665 

4,300,955 
45,315 

4,346,270 



RESERVE FOR INACTIVE ASSETS 



Government of Canada. 



4,300,955 



PENSION FUNDS 



Public Service Superannuation Fund (See page 31) 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account (See page 32) 



506,489,142 
1,568,035 



DEPOSIT, TRUST AND RESERVE ACCOUNTS 



508,057,177 



$ 
Deposit and Trust Accounts — 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund (See page 33) 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund 

Vacation-with-pay stamps — trust account 

Ontario Food Terminal Board — sinking fund deposits 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — 

Sinking fund deposit 1,000,000 

Interest on sinking fund deposit 795,428 

1.795,428 

Coupon account 1 ,343 

Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan — special account 

Queen Ehzabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund (capital and income) 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario — deposit account 

Vacation-with-pay — unclaimed contributions 



26,309,215 

15,850,000 

2,041,918 

1.839.505 



1,796,771 
868,667 
518,265 
445,000 
394,983 



14 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



SCHEDULES TO STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES— Continued 



DEPOSIT, TRUST AND RESERVE ACCOUNTS— Continued 

I $ 

Security deposits — sundry departments 341,247 

Department of Colleges and Universities — special account 317,968 

Assurance Fund — Land Titles Office 300,000 

Ontario Water Resources Commission — Moosonee project 238,397 

Unclaimed minimum wages, etc 176,703 

Unclaimed monies — Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan 175,195 

Security bond forfeitures — 

The Used Car Dealers Act 103,000 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 42,638 

The Consumer Protection Act 20,000 

The Bailiffs Act 5,000 

The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act 3,524 

The Insurance Act 225 174,387 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 168,733 

Unclaimed monies — various statutes 157,215 

Unclaimed dividends 135,830 

Department of Justice — Personal Property Assurance Fund 125,747 

Department of Labour — Employment Standards 61,813 

McMichael Conservation Collection of Art 60,973 

Ontario Water Resources Commission — Ear Falls project 55,325 

Canada Labour Safety Code 50,000 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Estabhshment Loan Corporation — Surplus — trust account 24,815 

Department of Pubhc Works — publications deposits 18,562 

Receipts in suspense 15,746 

Defence Training Board (Canada) 13,321 

Ontario Education Association — Elementary Teachers' Loan Fund 9,573 

Ontario psychiatric facilities — trust account 5,043 

Canadian Trotting Association — Standard Breeders awards unclaimed 5,008 

London Psychiatric Hospital — in trust 4,327 

Ontario Mental Health Foundation — Queen Street Mental Health Centre 4,284 

Ontario Mental Health Foundation 3,876 

Children's Psychiatric Research Institute, London 3,759 

Ontario Heritage Foundation — deposit 2,250 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission — hospital construction grant 1,828 

Sundry 2,386 

Reserve Accounts 

Farm loans 1,647,308 

Outstanding cheques 519,322 

Bequests and scholarships 492,160 

Province of Ontario Savings Office (less assets) 208,174 

Brophy Estate — escheated 162,967 

Sundry reserves for debentures and coupons — matured and unclaimed. . 16,190 

Asset replacement — Department of Highways 1,250 3,047,371 

Miscellaneous 551 ,532 



52,718.635 



56,317,538 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 15 

NOTES TO THE STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES 

AND THE 
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

Basis of Reporting 

The Statement of Assets and Liabilities and the Statements of the Consolidated Revenue Fund 
reflect the "cash flow" principle of accounting used by the Province of Ontario in which transactions 
are recorded as cash flows in and out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund. As the name implies, 
it is through this fund that Provincial money must pass in accordance with the annual budget 
approved by the Legislature whose duty it is to report to the public on the sources and disposition 
of the revenues which it receives. 

With respect to the financial operations of provincial crown corporations, agencies, boards and 
commissions, the financial statements of the Consolidated Revenue Fund reflect (i) the year-end 
position of the advances to or the investments in these entities made from the Consolidated 
Revenue Fund and (ii) the extent to which their operations have been financed from or have 
contributed to the Fund for the year. 

Based on actuarial studies dated July 9, 1969, the Public Service Superannuation Fund has unfunded 
liabilities as follows as at March .^1, 1972: 

1. An initial unfunded Habihty of $82,616,000, upon which interest is credited annually to 
the Fund. 

2. An experience deficiency of $42,401,000, upon which contributions in the amount of 
$20,818,800 had been made as of March 31, 1972. 

Fixed Assets (Page 10) 

Part of government's role is to provide facilities which have lasting value, such as roads, buildings, 
and other public works. Such expenditures on fixed assets do not produce income in the same way 
as is expected of expenditures on fixed assets of a business. Nor can it be said that expenditures on 
a new road, for example, will benefit future tax payers in a way which is significantly different from 
expenditures on education or the prevention of forest fires. Accordingly, provincial expenditures 
on fixed assets are treated as non-recoverable expenditures of each fiscal year and are carried at 
the nominal value of $1. 

Consolidated Revenue Fund 

The transactions of the Fund are presented in summary form, analyzed according to the three 
distinct areas of government activity: 

"budgetary transactions", which relate to operational activities; 

"non-budgetary transactions", which relate to the lending, investment and trust adminis- 
tration function ; and 
"debt transactions", which relate to long-term borrowing and repayment. 

Revenues and Expenditures 

The following change has been made to present more clearly the total impact of the Province's 
revenues and expenditures. Income from reimbursements of expenditures, formerly deducted from 
general expenditure to arrive at "net general expenditure", now remains part of general revenues. 
This has the effect of increasing both the revenues and the expenditures, but has no effect upon the 
deficit. Where applicable, comparative figures for prior years have been restated to conform with 
this new basis. 



16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 
For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1972 



Page 

No. 






Opening Balance 

Cash and temporary investments 


635 189 737 


$ 




Ontario debentures held as investments 

Budgetary Transactions 

General revenue 


12,276,500 


647,466,237 


17 
17 


4,703,813,167 

(5,223,004,022) 


(519,190,855) 




Non-Budgetary Transactions 

Receipts and credits 

Disbursements and charges 

Debt Transactions 




18 
18 


341,374,536 

(889,850,400) 


(548,475,864) 




1,176,982,499 


(1,067,666,719) 


25 




28 




(94,715,441) 


1,082,267,058 




Closing Balance 

Cash and temporary investments 

Ontario debentures held as investments 








643,986,076 

18,080,500 


662,066,576 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



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GENERAL REVENUE AND EXPENDITURE 
For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1972 



Page 

No. 



Department 



General 
Revenue 



General 
Expenditure 



51-64 
65-72 
73-83 
85-93 
95-111 
113-129 
131-145 
147-165 
167-197 
199-215 
217-225 
227-230 
231-236 
237-251 
253-269 
271-275 
277-280 
281-291 
293-301 
303-313 
315-324 
325-337 
339-352 
353-377 



379-398 



20 and 
389 



Agriculture and Food 

Civil Service 

Colleges and Universities 

Correctional Services 

Education 

Environment 

Financial and Commercial Affairs 

Health 

Justice 

Labour 

Lands and Forests 

Lieutenant Governor 

Management Board 

Mines and Northern Affairs 

Municipal Affairs 

Prime Minister 

Provincial Auditor 

Provincial Secretary and Citizenship . . . 

Public Works 

Revenue 

Social and Family Services 

Tourism and Information 

Trade and Development 

Transportation and Communications — 

Highways 

Transport 

Treasury and Economics 

Public Debt — Interest, etc 



7,687,088 

35,919,814 

4,153,172 

1.465,623 

1,443,742 

6,593,737 

546,074,517 

54,844,566 

11,022,118 

32,223.266 



16,065,041 

980,371 

154 

2,000,450 
4,648,840 
,105,933,086 
209,001,404 
3,308,497 
2.599,672 

17.600.631 
160,782,367 
187.971.533 



95 

2 

582 

62 

1,224 

40 

8 

990 

136 

25 

92 

3 

11 

325 



16 
134 

31 
383 

15 

27 



,375.935 
.928.873 
,930,994 
,063,586 
,740,056 
,385,825 
,825,225 
.728,625 
,111.228 
,446,714 
,523,119 
38,892 
,080,055 
,929,051 
,810,274 
,203.167 
,131,338 
,894,852 
,973,957 
,824,627 
,758.769 
.242.771 
.886.240 



579.230.606 
19,407,344 
27,965.353 



4,412,319,689 
291,493,478 



4,842,437,476 
380,566,546 



4,703,813,167 



5,223,004,022 



18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



NON-BUDGETARY TRANSACTIONS 
For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1972 



Page 

No. 



Receipts and Credits — $ 

Province of Ontario Savings Office (net) 29,354,044 

21 Repayments of Loans and Advances 183,249,777 

23 Deposits to Pension Funds, Deposit and Trust and Reserve Accounts 128,770,715 



341,374,536 



Disbursements and Charges — 

27 Loans and Advances 

28 Payments from Pension Funds, Deposit and Trust and Reserve Accounts 



734,702,692 
155,147,708 

889,850,400 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 19 

GENERAL REVENUE BY SOURCE 

For Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ $ 
Government of Canada 

Post-Secondary Education Adjustment Payment 157,187,848 

Second Language Instruction Program 16,687,673 

Medical Care Act 11,690,961 

Canada Assistance Plan > 7,108,718 

Other 11,709,827 204,385,027 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 6,643,858 

Taxation 

Retail sales, corporations, gasoline, tobacco, succession duty, motor 
vehicle fuel, race tracks, land and security transfers, mines, 

skyway tolls, etc 1,853,358,925 

Personal Income Tax 1,022,1 10,847 

Estate Tax — Proportion received from Government of Canada 25,677,250 2,901,147,022 

Royalties 24,745,297 

Timber, sand and gravel, game, water power, etc. 

Fees, Licences and Permits 210,991,999 

Motor vehicles, hunting and fishing, parks, insurance, marriage, land registration. 
Registrars, Provincial Courts, companies' and brokers' registrations, examinations, 
inspections, etc. 

Fines and Penalties 30,459,088 

Provincial Courts, etc. 

Profits from Trading Activities 219,744,108 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario 

Public Domain 1,433,193 

Crown land leases, etc. 

Sales — Land and Buildings 2,965,259 

Sales— Other 8,652,032 

Produce, hvestock, institutional, supphes, services, etc. 

Facilities 14,195,394 

Rent, board, patients' maintenance, perquisites, etc. 

Premiums 298,850,606 

Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan 

Miscellaneous 

Contribution from Ontario Hospital Services Commission towards the 

cost of mental health care in provincial institutions 3,963,004 

Other 541,689 4,504,693 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Canada Assistance Plan 204,107,733 

Medical Care Act 192,040,800 

Adult Occupational Training Agreement 42,143,654 

Health Resources Fund Act 12,500,000 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development 

Agreement 5,564,056 

Other 16,827,980 473,184,223 



Public Debt- 
Interest, exchange and discount 291,493,478 

Other 10,417,890 775,095,591 



General Revenue 4,703,813,167 



20 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

INTEREST, EXCHANGE AND DISCOUNT 
Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 



Reimbursements of Expenditures — * * 

Interest — 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Advances — secured by bonds 62,870,812 

Advances — unsecured 3,025 

62,873,837 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 58,649,420 

Time deposits, including foreign exchange gains or losses 57,743,351 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 55,864,745 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 14,870,454 

Ontario Housing Corporation 10,658,018 

Housing Corporation Limited 6,681 ,012 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 5,413,311 

The Municipal Works Assistance Act 4,656,468 

Municipal debentures and promissory notes — 

The Municipality of Metropohtan Toronto 2,853,922 

Other 119,336 

2,973.258 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 2,603,727 

The Public Hospitals Act 2,471,507 

Investments 2,137,199 

Temporary investments 1,485,176 

Tile Drainage Debentures 796,000 

International Bridge Authority of Michigan — bonds 298,702 

The Co-operative Loans Act 149,858 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 138,622 

Ontario Development Corporation 128,006 

Funds on deposit with banks 94,133 

Provincial Student-Aid Loans 55,972 

Township of EUiot Lake 52,486 

Accrued interest on stock and debentures 43,611 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company — bonds 

maturing 1971 to 1977 7,000 

maturing 1980 31,500 

38,500 

Conservation authorities 33,058 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 26,173 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation 14,511 

Agricultural Development Board Debentures — arrears 11,500 



290,962,615 



Exchange 7,719 



Discount — 

Discount on purchase of Ontario debentures 522,296 

Gain on sale of investments 848 



523,144 



nterest exchange and discount 291,493,478 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 ^ 

LOANS AND ADVANCES 

Repayments for Fiscal Year 1972 

Treasury and Economics Department — $ $ 
Crown Corporations — 

Ontario Housing Corporation 53,774,941 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation 31,340,279 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation 12,958,469 

Ontario Development Corporation 5,900,051 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 5,330,394 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation 3,895,787 113,199,921 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Repayment by Commission of advances secured by bonds 50,532,000 

Repayment of Commission's share of debenture loans that matured 

during the fiscal year 1972, originally issued for Hydro and 

other Provincial purposes 2,863,335 53,395,335 

Loans to Municipalities — 

Sundry municipalities re municipal works assistance 3,961,234 

Sundry municipalities re tile drainage 2,657,122 

The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 1,179,000 

Township of EUiot Lake 250,600 

Improvement District of Manitouwadge 85,800 

City of Windsor 64,856 

Town of Kapuskasing 38,354 

Township of Atikokan 4,700 

Moosonee Development Area Board 2,876 8,244,542 

Miscellaneous Loans — 

Sundry public hospitals 6,092,862 

Sundry co-operative associations 355,628 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario 124,000 

Municipal and school tax credit assistance 137,586 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Company 50,000 

The Settlers' Loan Commissioner 265 6,760,341 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 462,255 



182.062.394 



Education Department — 

Provincial Student-Aid Loans 432,856 

Environment Department — 

Sundry conservation authorities 754,527 



Total Receipts 183,249,777 



22^ PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

PENSION FUNDS, DEPOSIT AND TRUST AND RESERVE ACCOUNTS 
Deposits for Fiscal Year 1972 

mP hP sP 

Pension Funds — 

Treasury and Economics Department — 

Public Service Superannuation Fund (See page 31) 101,681,251 

Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account 

(See page 32) 286,787 101,968,038 



Deposit and Trust Accounts — 

Treasury and Economics Department — 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement Fund 15,850,000 

The Crop Insurance Commission of Ontario — 

deposit account 445,000 

Ontario Food Terminal Board — sinking fund 174,513 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 134,701 

Mitchell Security Deposits 88,666 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Com- 
pany — interest on sinking fund deposits 82,013 

Security Bond Forfeitures — 

The Used Car Dealers Act 63,000 

McMichael Conservation Collection of Art 57,797 

Unclaimed monies — various statutes 33,612 

Unclaimed minimum wages 25,608 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship Fund — 

interest 25,000 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan 

Corporation — trust account 24,815 

Security Bond Forfeitures— 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 24,000 

The Consumer Protection Act 20,000 

Receipts in suspense 15,746 

Canadian Trotting Association — Standard Breeders 

awards unclaimed 5,008 

Security Bond Forfeitures — 

The Bailiffs Act 5,000 

London psychiatric hospital — trust account 4,327 

Children's Psychiatric Research Institute — London. . . 3,759 

Personal Property Assurance Fund — interest 1,434 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission — hospital con- 
struction grant 886 

Canada Savings Bonds and other payroll deductions . . 592 

Ontario Education Association — Elementary Teachers' 

Loan Fund 456 

Vacation- with-pay — unclaimed contributions 437 17,086,370 



Transport Department — 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund (See page 33) 9,236,692 

Justice Department — 

Personal Property Assurance Fund 124,314 

Labour Department — 

Employment standards 61,813 

Contract security deposits — 

Athletics Commissioner 300 62, 1 13 



Highways Department — 

Contract security deposits 48,925 

Reserve for asset replacement 250 49,175 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 23 

Pension Funds, Deposit and Trust and Reserve Accounts — Continued 

$ $ % 

Deposit and Trust Accounts — Continued 

Revenue Department — 

Contract security deposits 29,554 

Public Works Department — 

Contract security deposits 3,461 

Publications Deposit Trust account 18,562 22,023 

Lands and Forests Department — 

Contract security deposits 14,800 

Ontario sales tax 153 14,953 

Mines and Northern Affairs Department — 

Contract security deposits 13,924 

Municipal Affairs Department — 

Contract security deposits 9,289 

Tourism and Information Department — 

Contract security deposits 635 26,649,042 

Reserve Accounts — 

Treasury and Economics Department — 

Outstanding cheques 129,033 

Bequests and scholarships 24,602 153,635 



128.770,715 



24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEBT TRANSACTIONS 



Proceeds of Loans for Fiscal Year 1972 



Stock and 
Debenture 

Series Rate 



Detail 



Par 

Value 



CPP" 



Straight Term Debenture Issues 
Payable in Canada 



6.90% due April 


6.90% * 


April 


6.90% ' 


' April 


6.83% • 


' May 


6.83% ' 


' May 


6.83% ' 


' May 


7.08% ' 


' June 


7.08% • 


' June 


7.08% ' 


' June 


7.26% ' 


' July 


7.26% ' 


' July 


7.26% ' 


' July 


7.41% • 


August 


7.41% ' 


August 


7.41% ' 


' August 


7.54% ' 


' September 


7.54% ' 


' September 


7.54% ' 


' September 


7.25% • 


' October 


7.25% ' 


' October 


7.25% ' 


' October 


7.14% ' 


' November 


7.14% • 


' November 


7.14% • 


' November 


6.93% ' 


' December 


6.93% ' 


' December 


6.93% ' 


' December 


6.76% ' 


' January 


6.76% ' 


' January 


6.75% ' 


' February 


6.75% ' 


' February 


6.90% • 


' March 


6.90% ' 


* March 


6.90% ' 


' March 



1, 1991 19,283 

2, 1991 19,000 

5, 1991 19,000 

3, 1991 21,185 

4, 1991 20,000 

5, 1991 20,000 

1, 1991 19,934 

2, 1991 24,686 

3, 1991 24,000 

2, 1991 16,000 

5, 1991 16,000 

6, 1991 16,097 

3, 1991 14,000 

4, 1991 14,000 

5, 1991 14,357 

1, 1991 13,000 

2, 1991 13,000 

3, 1991 14,974 

1, 1991 10,000 

4, 1991 10,000 

5, 1991 10,150 

1, 1991 11,000 

2, 1991 11,000 

3, 1991 12,565 

1, 1991 7,207 

2, 1991 8,000 

3, 1991 8,000 

4, 1992 10,000 

5, 1992 6,668 

1, 1992 10,000 

2, 1992 8,703 

1, 1992 19,000 

2, 1992 19,000 

3, 1992 18,519 



,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
,000 
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,000 498,328,000 



'EL" 7.85% Straight Term Debentures due May 15, 1986/2001. 

payable New York 

Cash proceeds 

Add discount 



99,125,000 
875,000 



100,000,000 



EM" 6.00% Straight Term Debentures due December 15, 1977, 

payable Canada 

Cash proceeds 24,687,500 

Add discount 312,500 



25,000,000 



EN" 7.25% Straight Term Debentures due December 15, 

1996, payable Canada 

Cash proceeds 

Add discount 



'1/ 



74,250,000 
750,000 



75,000,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



25 



Stock and 




Debenture 
Series 


Rate 


"MER" 


7.85% 


"TI" 


8.57% 


"TI" 


8.57% 


"TI" 


8.57% 


"TI" 


8.57% 


Bank Loan 


6.50% 


Bank Loan 


6.50% 


Bank Loan 


6.50% 


Bank Loan 


6.50% 


Treasury 
Bills 


- 


Federal- 
Provincial 

Special 

)evelopmeni 

Loans 


5.38- 

^6.51% 



Debt Transactions — Continued 

Detail 

Straight Term Debentures due December 31, 2001, payable Canada 

Straight Term Stock due January 1 , 1997 

Straight Term Stock due May 1, 1996, payable Canada 

Straight Term Stock due November 1, 1996, payable Canada 

Straight Term Stock due March 30, 1997, payable Canada 

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce 

Toronto-Dominion Bank 

Royal Bank of Canada 

Bank of Montreal 

91 day (net of repayments) 

Notes due March 30, 1977/1992, payable Canada 



Par 

Value 

$ 
75,000,000 

18,000,000 

18.000,000 

74,000,000 

62,000,000 

10,000,000 

5,000,000 

10,000,000 

11,000,000 

190,000,000 



5.654.499 



1,176,982,499 



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TEMPORARY INVESTMENTS 
As at March 31, 1972 

STATEMENT OF CHANGE 
(valued at cost) 

$ $ 

Investments as at March 31, 1971 64,606,605 

Net change during year — 

Purchases 716,307,759 

Sales • 698,921.730 17,386,029 



81,992,634 
Less : Ontario debentures held as investments 18,080,500 



Investments as at March 31, 1972 63,912,134 



INVESTMENTS 



Par Value 



Government of Canada — $ 

Direct securities 3,907,000 

Provinces of Canada — 

Direct and guaranteed securities 40,632,500 

Chartered banks — 

Deposit notes and acceptances 20,270,000 

64,809,500 



30 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 
BALANCE SHEET 

As at March 31, 1972 

ASSETS 

$ $ 

Funds on deposit with Treasurer of Ontario 146,247,603 

Savings Offices — 

Accounts receivable 4,127 

Furniture and equipment (less accumulated depreciation) 1 

Alterations to premises (less amounts written off) 80,981 

85,109 

146,332,712 



LIABILITIES 

Savings balances due to the Public 146,039,429 

Reserve 293,283 



146,332,712 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



31 



PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION FUND 

Established under The Public Service Superannuation Act 

Statement of Fund 
For the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1972 

$ 
Balance at credit of Fund, on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario, March 31, 1971 . 

Receipts — 

Contributions — 

Employees (Sec. 7) 

Province of Ontario (Sec. 10) 

Boards and Commissions (Sec. 10) — 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario and The Liquor Licence 
Board of Ontario 

The Niagara Parks Commission 

Teachers' Superannuation Commission 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 

Ontario Housing Corporation 

Ontario Development Corporation 

Pension Commission of Ontario 

Designated Branches (Sec. 10) — 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 

Public Trustee 

Official Guardian 

The Accountant of the Supreme Court of Ontario 



Without equivalent contributions by the Province- 
Sundry 

Province of Ontario re Initial Unfunded Liability. 

Province of Ontario re Experience Deficiency 

Transfers — 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System. , 
Government of Canada Superannuation Account.. 
Other Superannuation Funds 



Interest Earnings — 

On March 31, 1971 balance at credit of Fund, 

$432,030,741, for one year to March 31, 1972 at 6% (Sec. 5) 
On Initial Unfunded Liability Contribution, 

$4,131,000, for three months to March 31, 1972 at 5% (Sec. 5) 
On Experience Deficiency Payment, 

$10,409,400, for one year to March 31, 1972 at 5% (Sec. 5) . . 



26,543,802 



,172,588 

92,295 

20,121 

285.844 

218,235 

486,956 

252,108 

84,515 

8,511 

49,659 

57,649 

18,473 

3,326 



311,855 

171,137 

291,052 

1,158,626 



25,921,844 

51,496 

520,470 



432,030,741 



29,294,082 



29,294,082 

126.207 

4,131,000 

10,409,400 



1,932,670 



26.493,810 



Disbursements — (See page 27) 

Allowances to Superannuates, Beneficiaries and Annuitants 20,047,536 

Refunds of Contributions and Interest 5.562,091 

Transfers — 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 1,113,009 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System 10,745 

Government of Canada Superannuation Account 169,705 

Other Superannuation Funds 319,764 



533.711,992 



27,222,850 



Balance at credit of Fund, on deposit with the Treasurer of Ontario, March 31 , 1972 (See page 13) 506,489, 142 



32 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY RETIREMENT ALLOWANCES ACCOUNT 

The Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Act 
For the Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1972 

$ $ 

Balance at credit of Account March 31, 1971 1,454,841 

Receipts — 

Contributions — Ministers and Members — 

In respect of year ending March 31, 1972 (Sees. 4 and 8) (Note). . . 107,185 

Special Contribution by the Province (Sec. 16) 106,860 

214,045 

Earnings — Interest on balance at credit of Account as at March 31, 
1971 — 

$1,454,841 for 1 year at 5% (Sec. 16) 72,742 

286,787 



1,741,628 



Disbursements — (See page 27) 

Allowances to Annuitants and Beneficiaries 152,635 

Refunds — Contributions and Interest (Sec. 13) 20,958 



173,593 



Balance at credit of Account March 31, 1972 (See page 13) 1,568,035 

Note : Includes an overdeduction of $325 which was refunded subsequent to March 31, 1972. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 33 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS FUND 

The Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act 

For Fiscal Year ended March 31, 1972 

$ $ 

Balance at credit of Fund March 31, 1971 25,021,536 

Receipts — 

Fees on issue or renewal of Chauffeurs' or Operators' Licences 3,897,565 

Fees on issue or transfer of Permits for Motor Vehicles by Uninsured 

Owners 2,572,667 

Recoveries of Judgments and Claims (Sec. 10) 1,519,050 

Interest credited on balance in Fund as at December 31, 1971 (Sec. 2). . 1,247,410 9,236,692 



34,258,228 



Disbursements — 

Judgments paid including costs (Sees. 6 and 18) 4,702,690 

Claims paid (Sec. 5) 1,300,427 

Hit and run cases (Sees. 11 and 14) 677,194 

Administrative expenses (Sec. 2) 1,268,702 7,949,013 



Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1972 26,309,215 



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THE FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION ACT 

Losses deleted from the accounts 
for Fiscal Year 1972 



Department of Revenue Uncollectable Accounts 

Department of Health 

Department of Transportation and Communications 

Department of Revenue (Retail Sales Tax) 

Department of Colleges and Universities 

Department of Tourism and Information 

(Ontario Science Centre) 

Department of Labour 

Department of Lands and Forests 

Department of Justice 

Department of Treasury and Economics 

Department of Mines and Northern Affairs 

Department of Public Works 



$ 

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26,502 

18,339 

15,062 

8,777 

4,478 
2,754 
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604.813 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 45 

THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE ACT 

Remissions of $1,000 or more 
granted for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ 
Department of Revenue — 

T. G. Bright and Co. Limited Corporations Tax 6,382 

Kitchener Memorial Auditorium Retail Sales Tax 4,481 

Kingston Community Memorial Centre " 1,824 

D. S. Scott Transport Limited " 1,319 

Russell Alexander Nicholson Estate Succession Duty 28,811 

Frank Oliver Dolson Estate " 18,654 

Muriel Walters " 7,592 

Weir McCulloch Reid Estate " 2,974 

Constance Louise Taylor " 2,642 

Ruth Edwards " 1,426 

76,105 



46 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE* 

As at March 31, 1972 

$ 

Public Works 2,045,298 

Transportation and Communications 1,755,877 

Lands and Forests 828,234 

Health 275,821 

Environment (Ontario Water Resources Commission) 232,944 

Tourism and Information 122,202 

Education 88,378 

Agriculture and Food 63,869 

Correctional Services 51 ,743 

Colleges and Universities 27,357 

Labour 11 ,623 

Trade and Development 10,304 

Tourism and Information (The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology) 9,823 

Municipal Affairs 7,814 

Financial and Commercial Affairs 4,832 

Social and Family Services 560 



5,536,679 



ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE* 

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As at March 31, 1972 

$ 

Revenue — Succession Duty, Corporations Tax, Retail Sales Tax, etc 

Colleges and Universities — Cost-sharing projects with other governments 

Health — Maintenance of patients, etc 

Agriculture and Food — Government of Canada and sundry loan programs 

Transportation and Communications 

Highways — sale of materials, services, etc 2,942,521 

Transport — fees, agents accounts, etc 109,662 



Lands and Forests — Land Tax, Timber Accounts, etc 

Social and Family Services — Government of Canada and various provinces 

Mines and Northern Affairs — Acreage Tax, Rent on Licences of Occupation, etc. 

Education — Government of Canada re various claims, etc 

Public Works — Miscellaneous 

Labour — Boiler, Elevator Inspection, etc 

Municipal Affairs — Miscellaneous 

Tourism and Information — Miscellaneous 

Correctional Services — Miscellaneous 

Tourism and Information (The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology) . . . 
Various Departments — Miscellaneous 



* Memorandum accounts retained for control purposes. 



$ 


101,489,711 


13,582,387 


4,349,477 


4,045,899 


3,052,183 


2,373,584 


2,246,622 


1,267,630 


321,132 


254,732 


200,363 


24,065 


23,649 


21,825 


13,269 


3,577 


133,270,105 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 47 

EQUIPMENT, STORES, LIVESTOCK AND MATERIALS* 

(after providing for depreciation, obsolescence, etc.) 

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$ 

Transportation and Communications (Highways and Transport) 32,124,956 

Lands and Forests 26,111,195 

Health 11,567,287 

Correctional Services 4,045,992 

Agriculture and Food 3,979, 136 

Environment 2,830,967 

Justice (Ontario Provincial PoHce) 2,180,916 

Pubhc Works 1 ,968,967 

Tourism and Information 1 ,603,556 

Education 1,029,461 

Tourism and Information (The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology) 960,326 

Environment (Ontario Water Resources Commission) 712,265 

Trade and Development 619,388 

Labour 570,227 

Mines and Northern Affairs 478,740 

Government Stationery Account 381,106 

Social and Family Services 337,593 

Colleges and Universities 278,237 

Municipal Affairs 177,993 

Justice 1 16,563 

Prime Minister 92,014 

Civil Service 82,680 

Provincial Auditor 20,999 

Financial and Commercial Affairs 18,900 

Management Board 9,662 

Provincial Secretary and Citizenship 8,883 

Revenue 7,521 

Treasury and Economics 4,042 



92,319,572 



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DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 52 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 54 

Agricultural Production 56 

Rural Development 59 

Agricultural Marketing 61 

Agricultural Education and Research 63 

Statutory 54, 56 

Summary 53 



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52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 



$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Agricultural rehabilitation and development project costs 211,139 

Other 8,541 219,680 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Farm Tax Reduction Program 208,810 

Guaranteed bank loan programs 73,439 

Refunds of land purchase deposits 32,150 

Other 30,026 344,425 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Dairy Herd Improvement Association 235,772 

Veterinarian services under special programs 145,686 

Farm product inspection certificates and tomato grading 122,146 

Central testing of milk for milk producers and processors 96,364 

Tuition at colleges of agricultural technology 87,056 

Nurseries, produce dealers, fruit and vegetable marketers, controlled 
atmosphere storage facilities, dairy plants, milk products manu- 
facturers, livestock sales yards, etc 62,672 

Other 9,863 759,559 

Public Domain 

Leasing of Crown lands 263,405 

Sales — Land and Buildings 

Agricultural rehabilitation and development property 178,971 

Sales — Other 

Livestock, etc 188,990 

Produce 93,442 

Publications and textbooks 32,541 

Other 30,758 345,731 

Facilities 

Agricultural experimental and educational institutions 283,320 

Miscellaneous ( 9,594) 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Agricultural rehabilitation and development project costs 4,767,415 

Subsidization of crop insurance premiums and administrative costs 403,165 

4H Club work 68,220 

Rabies indemnity 38,284 

Agricultural manpower 19,467 

Steam, etc 3,721 

Freight assistance on livestock shipping 1,319 5,301,591 

General Revenue 7,687,088 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



53 



L — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 


197 


1-72 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


2,223,813 


Departmental Administration 


2,382,000 


2,365,139 


45,045,282 


Agricultural Production 


52,174,000 


54,716,578 


12,461,775 


Rural Development 


16,262,900 


15,583,878 


5,644,352 


Agricultural Marketing 


7,071,000 


6,593,273 


15,031,559 


Agricultural Education and Research 
Department Total 


16.448.000 


16,302,067 


80,406,781 


94,337,900 


95,560,935 


12,479,551 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


279,000 


3,569,690 


67.927.230 


94,058,900 


91.991,245 








68,906,781 


Total General Expenditure 


94,137,900 


95,375,935 


11,500,000 


Total Disbursements {See Disbursements and Charges and 
Debt Transactions — Retirements, page 27) 


200,000 


185,000 


80,406,781 


94,337,900 


95,560.935 



54 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



L — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


101 

1 


$ 

293,200 
1,001,700 
81,700 
217,300 
551,500 
221,600 


$ 


$ 

293,200 
1,001,700 
81,700 
217,300 
551,500 
221,600 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 
285,512 


2 


Information Services 


1,001,588 


3 


Legal Services 


81,291 


4 


Personnel Services 


214,513 


5 
6 


Financial and Administrative Services .... 
Systems and Procedures 


551,488 
215,747 




Minister's Salary 




s 


2,367,000 
15,000 




2,367,000 
15,000 


2,350,139 
15,000 




Total for Departmental 

Administration 






2,382,000 




2,382,000 


2,365,139 









Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying administration and support services for 
the operating programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



55 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD— Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 101 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 137,847 

Employee benefits 82,942 

Transportation and communication 13,624 

Services 28,337 

Supplies and equipment 22,762 

285,512 
Minister's Salary 15,000 

300,512 

Information Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 498,566 

Employee benefits 35,898 

Transportation and communication 57,743 

Services 298,498 

Supplies and equipment 1 10,883 

1,001,588 

Legal Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 72,352 

Employee benefits 5,932 

Transportation and communication 822 

Services 301 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,8.84 

81,291 



Personnel Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Financial and Administrative Services 
(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Systems and Procedures (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 



114,805 

8.820 

16,516 

71,629 

2,743 



214,513 



300,644 
23,252 

127,631 
45,448 
54,513 



551,488 



88,959 

6,681 

4,566 

112,247 

3,294 



215,747 



2,365,139 



56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



L — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



102 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



29,416,500 
670,700 
572,300 
4,525,300 
1,113,900 
3,043,200 
1,760,800 
1,252.300 



42,355,000 



264,000 



42,619,000 



9.355,000 



200.000 



38.771.500 
670,700 
572,300 
4,525.300 
1.113.900 
3,243,200 
1,760,800 
1,252,300 



9,555,000 



51,910,000 



264,000 



9,555,000 



52,174,000 



AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION 
PROGRAM 

Administration 

Agricultural and Horticultural Societies. 

Crop Insurance 

Extension 

Home Economics 

Livestock Services 

Ontario Junior Farmer Loans 

Soils and Crops 

Payment of Guarantees 

The Warble Fly Control Act 

Subsidy payments to The Ontario Crop 
Insurance Fund — The Crop Insurance 
Act (Ontario) 

Total for Agricultural Production. 



38,596,520 
664,725 
549,975 
4,468,254 
1,113,878 
3,181,735 
1,335,898 
1,250,903 



51,161,888 

3,287,400 

2,011 

265,279 



54,716,578 



Program description: 

The functions of this program are to provide by personal contact through extension work, the means 
of increasing farmer technical knowledge and implementation of continuing research in such areas as 
livestock, soils and crops, disease control, etc. The young farm population, both male and female, is also 
reached through Junior Farmer and 4H activities. Crop Insurance is available to producers. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



57 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION PROGRAM— VOTE 102 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages ." . $ 244,491 

Employee benefits 15,403 

Transportation and communication 1 12,669 

Services 46,657 

Supplies and equipment 1,814 

Transfer payments 

Entomological Society $ 300 

Farm Tax Reduction Program 15,765,918 
Junior Farmers' Association of 

Ontario 4,500 

Ontario Farm Safety Council 5,000 

Share of Interest on Guar- 
anteed Bank Loans to 

Farmers 290,643 

Grants for Capital Purposes^ in 

Farm Development 21,895,845 

Grants to Apiarists 986 

Agricultural Manpower 

Service 27,294 37,990,486 

Disbursements 

Loans in accordance with The Co-operative 

Loans Act 185,000 

38,596,520 
Payment of Guarantees : Payments to 

chartered banks re 1966 and 1967 adverse 

weather loans to farmers 3,287,400 



41,883,920 



Agricultural and Horticultural Societies (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages % 87,968 

Employee benefits 7,375 

Transportation and communication 13,217 

Services 41 ,342 

Supplies and equipment 4,364 

Transfer payments 

Agricultural and Horticultural 

Societies % 502,939 

Ontario Association of 

Agricultural Societies 350 

Ontario Horticultural 

Association 325 

International Plowing Match . 1 ,500 

Grants for Plowing Matches . . 5,345 510,459 



664,725 



Crop Insurance (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages % 243,842 

Employee benefits 18,620 

Transportation and communication 43,924 

Services 222,697 

Supplies and equipment 20,892 

Subsidy payments to The Ontario Crop 549,975 
Insurance Fund — The Crop Insurance Act 

(Ontario) 265,279 



815,254 



Extension (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 2,946,467 

Employee benefits 238,682 

Transportation and communication 312,984 

Services 195,225 

Supphes and equipment 516,258 

Transfer payments 

Grants and achievement 

awards % 31,403 

Agricultural Development in 

Northern Ontario 209,313 

Farm Safety 10,800 

Canadian Council on 4H Clubs 7,122 258,6.38 



4,468.254 



Home Economics (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 696,095 

Employee benefits 51,270 

Transportation and communication 126,955 

Services 57.801 

Supphes and equipment 77,274 

Transfer payments 

Grants and achievement awards 104,483 



1,113,878 



Livestock Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages % 1,888.012 

Employee benefits 142,577 

Transportation and communication 284,038 

Services 198,151 

Supplies and equipment 326,845 

Transfer payments 

Grants and subsidies re 

livestock $ 176,111 

Hunter Damage 

Compensation 19,219 

Rabies Indemnities 95,711 

Subsidies under The Warble 

Fly Control Act 43,971 

Ontario Beef Cattle 

Performance Association.. . 500 

Ontario Fur Breeders' 

Association Inc 5,000 

Ontario Provincial Council of 

Rabbit Clubs 100 

Ontario Sheep Breeders' 

Association 500 

Ontario Swine Breeders' 

Association 500 

Ontario Pork Industry Council 500 342,112 

3,181,735 
The Warble Fly Control Act 2,01 1 

3,183.746 



58 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 

AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION PROGRAM— VOTE 102 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Ontario Junior Farmer Loans (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages % 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment 
Loan Corporation Deficit for 1971-72. .. . 



130,832 
9,760 
3,755 
3,967 
1.577 



1,186,007 



1,335,898 



Soils and Crops (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 688,322 

Employee benefits 53,791 

Transportation and communication 138,409 

Services 39,738 

Supplies and equipment 64,927 

Transfer payments 

Subsidies under The Weed 

Control Act $ 70,149 

Subsidies on transportation of 

agricultural limestone 141,950 

Organization and special 
projects of The Ontario Soil 
and Crop Improvement 

Association 48,617 

Ontario Soil and Crop 

Improvement Association. . 5,000 265,716 

1,250,903 

Total for Agricultural Production 

Program $ 54,716,578 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



59 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

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Item 


Appropriations 


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Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


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103 

2 
3 


$ 

14,562,900 

1,200,000 

96,100 


500.000 
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14,562,900 
1,700,000 

(Transferred to 

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Communications) 


RURAL DEVELOPMENT 
PROGRAM 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and 

Development 

Grants under The Community Centres 
Act 

Ontario Telephone Service 

Total for Rural Development 


$ 

13,884,420 
1.699,458 




15,859,000 


403,900 


16,262,900 


15,583,878 



Program description: 

The function of this program is the development of rural areas by means of farm adjustment, 
rehabilitation and resource development, to improve employment opportunities and income. 



60 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 
RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM— VOTE 103 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



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Salaries and wages $ 

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Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets . . 

Transfer payments 

Agricultural Drainage, Rural Water Supply, 
Rehabilitation, Alternative Employment 
Opportunities, etc 

Other transactions 

Municipal Taxes on A.R.D.A. owned 

property 



703,818 
47,878 
78,006 
134,675 
340,864 
,416,267 



6,861,139 



301,773 



13,884,420 



Grants under The Community Centres Act 
(Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Grants under The Community Centres Act. $ 1,699,458 



Total for Rural Development 

Program $ 15,583,878 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



61 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


104 

1 
2 
3 


1 

143,600 
2,349,400 
4,428,000 


$ 
150,000 


$ 

143,600 
2,349.400 
4,578,000 


AGRICULTURAL MARKETING 
PROGRAM 

Administration 

Marketing 

Quality Control of Agricultural Products 

Total for Agricultural Marketing. . 


135,614 
2,009,347 
4,448,312 




6,921,000 


150,000 


7,071,000 


6,593,273 



Program description: 

This program includes the administration of legislation and regulations dealing with the collective 
marketing of farm products by agricultural producers, the inspection and quality control of agricultural 
products marketed in Ontario, and market research and promotion of Ontario farm products both on 
domestic and foreign markets. 



62 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 
AGRICULTURAL MARKETING PROGRAM— VOTE 104 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Central Ontario 

Cheesemaker's Association. $ 200 

Ottawa Winter Fair 20,000 

Prince of Wales Prize 250 

Royal Winter Fair 50,000 

South Western Ontario 
Livestock Producers' 

Association 300 

Walkerton Agricultural 

Society Christmas Fair .... 1 ,000 



Marketing (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Industrial Milk Assistance ... $ 599,757 
Market Development 18,742 



39,874 
3,435 

13,410 

6.973 

172 



71,750 



135,614 



915,736 
68,565 
123,782 
181,154 
101,611 



618,499 



2,009,347 



Quality Control of Agricultural Products 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 3,304,222 

Employee benefits 246,576 

Transportation and communication 506,244 

Services 220,892 

Supplies and equipment 170,378 



4,448,312 



Total for Agricultural Marketing 

Program $ 6,593,273 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



63 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

■ and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


105 

1 
2 


$ 

354,800 

3.277,400 

12,365,800 


$ 
450,000 


$ 

354,800 

3,277,400 

12,815,800 


AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 
AND RESEARCH PROGRAM 

Administration 

Education 


$ 

321,105 
3,213,234 


3 


Research and Services 


12 767 728 




Total for Agricultural Education 
AND Research 






15,998,000 


450,000 


16,448,000 


16,302,067 



Program description: 

This program includes education at the diploma level in Agriculture at Kemptville, Centralia, 
Ridgetown and New Liskeard Colleges of Agricultural Technology and at the University of Guelph. This 
program also includes numerous short courses and correspondence courses in various phases of Agriculture. 
A diploma course in Home Economics is also provided at Kemptville and Centraha. Essential research 
information and certain diagnostic services related to Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine are provided 
through the Horticultural Research Institute of Ontario at Vineland; Kemptville, Ridgetown and New 
Liskeard Colleges; the Pesticides Residue Testing Laboratory, and also at the University of Guelph under 
contract. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



I. — DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 

AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH PROGRAM— VOTE 105 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Agricultural Economics 

Research Council $ 7,500 

College "Royals" 400 

Rural Learning Association . . 8,000 

Education (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Bursaries to Veterinary Students 



91,893 

7,535 

10,935 

66,568 

128,274 



15,900 



321,105 



1,084,718 
82,654 
58,885 

1,612,555 
317,422 

57,000 



3,213,234 



Research and Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 2,446,285 

Employee benefits 187,003 

Transportation and communication 109,580 

Services 9,494, 191 

Supplies and equipment 530,669 

12,767,728 

Total for Agricultural Education 

AND Research Program $ 16,302,067 



II 



DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 67 

Personnel Management 69 

Personnel Development 71 

Summary 66 



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66 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



II. — DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971 


-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


708,298 


Departmental Administration 


731,000 


663,401 


835,033 


Personnel Management 


1,004,900 


917,551 


1,343,038 


Personnel Development 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


1,905,000 


1,347,921 


2,886,369 


3,640,900 


2,928,873 








2.886,369 


Total General Expenditure 


3,640,900 


2,928,873 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



67 



II. — DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


201 

1 


$ 

70,000 
120.000 
281,000 
260,000 


$ 


70,000 
120,000 
281,000 
260,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Civil Service Commission 


$ 

69,016 
91 962 


2 


Main Office . . 


3 


Administrative Services 


265 605 


4 


Management Information Services 

Total for Departmental 
Administration . . . 


236,818 




731,000 




731,000 


663 401 









Program description: 

This program consists of the Main Office and two activities supplying administrative and support 
services for the Department of Civil Service. Under this program personnel pohcies of the Government 
are administered, transactions for Ontario public servants are processed and recorded and control is 
exercised over perquisites and credits. 



68 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



II. — DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 201 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Civil Service Commission (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 59,450 

Employee benefits 4,435 

Transportation and communication 2,413 

Services 551 

Supplies and equipment 2,167 



69,016 



Main Office (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 57,683 

Employee benefits 3,873 

Transportation and communication 1,814 

Services 22,028 

Supplies and equipment 6,564 



91,962 



265,605 



Administrative Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 206,877 

Employee benefits 20,129 

Transportation and communication 8,959 

Services 11,838 

Supplies and equipment 17,802 

Management Information Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 140,536 

Employee benefits 10,716 

Transportation and communication 2,31 1 

Services 80,259 

Supplies and equipment 2,996 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program % 663,401 



236,818 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



69 



II. — DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


202 

1 
2 


$ 

676,000 

160,000 

57,000 

(Transferred from 

Management 

Board) 


$ 

10,000 
101,900 


$ 

676,000 

160,000 

67,000 

101,900 


PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT 
PROGRAM 

Pay and Classification Standards 

Planning and Audit 


614,631 
140,549 


3 
2501-5 


Ontario Joint Council, Civil Service 
Arbitration Board and Grievance 
Boards 

Staff Relations 


64,824 
97,547 




Total for Personnel Management. . . 






893,000 


111,900 


1,004,900 


917,551 



Program description: 

This program includes position classification, pay administration and pay research. Other functions 
include planning and audit, Joint Council services, the Arbitration and Appeal Boards and staff relations. 



70 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



II. — DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE — Continued 

PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 202 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Pay and Classification Standards (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 541 ,944 

Employee benefits 43,215 

Transportation and communication 11,359 

Services 14,548 

Supplies and equipment 3,565 



Planning and Audit (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



614,631 



121,959 

9,734 

6,166 

811 

1,879 

140,549 



64,824 



Ontario Joint Council, Civil Service 

Arbitration Board and Grievance Boards 

(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 33,374 

Employee benefits 2,037 

Transportation and communication 1,710 

Services 27,515 

Supplies and equipment 188 

Staff Relations (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 85,664 

Employee benefits 6,787 

Transportation and communication 1,911 

Services 1,012 

Supplies and equipment 2,173 

Total for Personnel Management 

Program $ 917,551 



97,547 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



71 



II. — DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


203 

1 
2 
3 


$ 

726,000 
716,000 
163,000 


$ 
300,000 


$ 

1,026,000 
716,000 
163,000 


PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT 
PROGRAM 

Recruitment 

Staff Development and Research 

Communications and Publicity 

Total for Personnel Development.. 


$ 

645,824 
549,326 
152,771 




1,605,000 


300,000 


1,905,000 


1,347,921 



Program description: 

Within this program assistance is provided to all departments in all aspects of staff development 
including recruitment and training. Career development opportunities are promoted and publications and 
information are provided to employees. 



72 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



II. — DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE — Continued 

PERSONNEL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 203 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Recruitment (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Staff Development and Research (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



451,679 
34,673 
16,979 

127,691 
14,802 



645.824 



391,876 
27,161 
40,075 
57,552 
32.662 



549,326 



Communications and Publicity (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 65,155 

Employee benefits 4,890 

Transportation and communication 18,375 

Services 59,41 1 

Supplies and equipment 4,940 

152,771 

Total for Personnel Development 

Program % 1,347,921 



III. 



DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 74 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 76 

University Support 78 

University Policy 80 

Continuing Education 82 

Statutory 76 

Summary 75 



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74 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

*III. — DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Payment re processing of Canada Student Loans 230,464 

Adult Occupational Training Agreement re research 1,487 231,951 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Return of student fellowships, scholarships and grants 258,228 

Other 13,393 271,621 



Fees, Licences and Permits 

Registration re trade schools 10,350 

Other 7,663 18,013 



Sales 

Course materials 

Miscellaneous 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Adult Occupational Training Agreement re teaching costs 



General Revenue 



'Formerly Department of University Affairs 



4,140 


435 


35,393,654 


35,919,814 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



75 



III— DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 




Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


588,485 


Departmental Administration 


925.500 


845,012 


428,273,490 


University Support 


441,908,000 


414,519,108 


541,402 


University Policy 


1,170,000 


1,000,268 


(Transferred from 

Department of 

Education) 


Continuing Education 
Department Total 


168,302,000 


166,566,606 


429,403,377 


612,305,500 


582,930,994 


1,274 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


15,000 


15,000 


429,402,103 


612,290,500 


582,915,994 








429,403,377 


Total General Expenditure 


612,305,500 


582,930,994 



76 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



III. — DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


2601 








DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 




1 


226,000 


10,500 


236,500 


Co-Ordination and Supervision of 

Departmental Operations 


232,442 


2 


674,000 




674,000 


Support Services 


597,570 




900,000 


10,500 


910.500 


830,012 


S 


15,000 




15,000 


Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


15,000 




915,000 


10,500 


925,500 


845,012 









Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying administrative and support services for 
the operating programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



77 



III. — DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 2601 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Co-Ordination and Supervision of 
Departmental Operations (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 



182.109 

12,820 

13,763 

7,095 

16,655 



232,442 
15,000 



247,442 



Support Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 344,500 

Employee benefits 21 ,544 

Transportation and communication 38,490 

Services 135,496 

Supplies and equipment 57,540 

597,570 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 845,012 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



III. — DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2602 

1 
2 

3 


384,090,800 
5,862,000 

51,805,200 


1 
150,000 


384,090,800 
6,012,000 

51,805,200 


UNIVERSITY SUPPORT 
PROGRAM 

Support to Universities and Colleges .... 

Support to Related Institutions and 
Organizations 

Student Awards 


372,717,699 

5,867,219 
35,934,190 




Total for University Support 






441,758,000 


150,000 


441,908,000 


414,519,108 



Program description: 

This program includes grants to universities and colleges including those for operating costs, research 
projects and principal instalments and interest for university debentures for capital purposes; grants to 
related institutions including the Royal Ontario Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario; grants, scholar- 
ships and fellowships for students in post-secondary institutions. 

This program also includes related support services, including audit, evaluation, approval and general 
administration, for the various Provincial grants and the Canada Student Loans Plan. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



79 



III. — DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 

UNIVERSITY SUPPORT PROGRAM — VOTE 2602 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Support to Universities and Colleges 
(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 246,590 

Employee benefits 18,522 

Transportation and communication 6,603 

Services 16,458 

Supplies and equipment 5,718 

Transfer payments 

Grants for University Operat- 
ing Costs $316,002,746 

Grants to Provincially- 
Assisted Universities to 
Compensate for Municipal 

Taxation 3,031,220 

Debentures — Principal 

Instalments and Interest.. 52,872,167 
Grants for Research 517,675 372,423,808 



372,717,699 



Support to Related Institutions and 
Organizations (Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Grant— Art Gallery of Ontario $ 750,000 

Grant— Royal Botanical Gardens 270,000 

Grant— Royal Ontario Museum 4.200,000 

Grant — Service for Admission to Colleges 

and Universities 517,531 

Miscellaneous Grants 129,688 



5,867,219 



Student Awards (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 438,750 

Employee benefits 24,803 

Transportation and communication 7,512 

Services 212,874 

Supplies and equipment 5,118 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Student Awards 

Program $28,882,135 

Ontario Scholarships 869,950 

Ontario Graduate 

Fellowships 3,270,175 

Teacher Education Awards . . 2,083,673 

Other Awards 139,200 35,245,133 



35.934,190 



Total for University Support 

Program $ 414,519,108 



80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



III. — DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2603 

1 
2 


$ 

255,000 
915,000 


$ 


$ 

255,000 
915,000 


UNIVERSITY POLICY PROGRAM 

Committee on University Affairs 

Other Advisory Bodies 

Total for University Policy 


154,557 
845,711 




1,170,000 




1,170,000 


1,000,268 



Program description: 

This program consists of a number of advisory groups charged with providing the Minister with 
information pertaining to many aspects of the Post-Secondary Educational System in Ontario and the 
co-ordination of policies in this area. 

The Committee on University Affairs, acting as an advisory body to the Minister, makes recommenda- 
tions concerning general policies and provides advice on all matters relating to the development and 
operation of provincially assisted universities. 

Other special advisory bodies to the Minister include the Commission on Post-Secondary Education in 
Ontario and the Committee on Student Awards. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



81 



III. — DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 
UNIVERSITY POLICY PROGRAM — VOTE 2603 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Committee on University Affairs (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 46,838 

Employee benefits 909 

Transportation and communication 10,555 

Services 88,063 

Supplies and equipment 8,192 

154,557 



Other Advisory Bodies (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 205,283 

Employee benefits 3,531 

Transportation and communication 54,557 

Services 570,899 

Supplies and equipment 11,441 

845,711 

Total for University Policy 

Program $ 1,000,268 



82 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



III. — DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



405 

1 
2 
3 



(Transferred from 

Department of 

Education) 



1,228,000 

44,120,000 

105,825,000 

17,129,000 



1,228,000 

44,120,000 

105,825,000 

17,129,000 



CONTINUING EDUCATION 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Adult Training 

Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and 
Technology, etc 

Grant to Ryerson Polytechnical 

Institute, etc 



1,020,128 
44,094,214 

105,756,723 

15.695.541 



168,302,000 168,302,000 Total for Continuing Education 166,566,606 



Program description: 

The activities in this program provide the stimulus, resources and controls for continuing education in 
the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology and in Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, for training for 
employment purposes beyond the scope of forrpal K-13 education and for management and supervisory 
training, but exclusive of university programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



83 



III. — DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 
CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAM — VOTE 405 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 804,010 

Employee benefits 60,876 

Transportation and communication 68,939 

Services 68,021 

Supplies and equipment 18,282 

1.020,128 

Adult Training (Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Adult Training $ 44,094,214 

Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and 
Technology, etc. (Item 3) 

Transfer payments 

Operating Grants $ 90,418,273 

Debentures for capital purposes — principal 

instalments and interest 13,958,430 

Payment on unfunded liability of the 

Pension Plan 613,800 

Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and 

Technology to compensate for municipal 

taxation 766,220 

105,756,723 



Grant to Ryerson Polytechnical 
Institute, etc. (Item 4) 

Transfer payments 

Operating Grant % 13,545,000 

Debentures for capital purposes — principal 

instalments and interest 1,992,616 

Grant to Ryerson Polytechnical Institute to 

compensate for municipal taxation 157,925 

15,695.541 

Total for Continuing Education 

Program $ 166,566.606 



IV. 



DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 86 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 88 

Rehabilitation of Adult Offenders 90 

Rehabilitation of Juveniles 92 

Statutory 88 

Summary 87 



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86 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

IV. — DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 19,636 

Sales 

Institutions — 

Industrial 3,348,093 

Produce, livestock, etc 414,546 3,762,639 



Facilities 

Perquisites 186,064 

Miscellaneous 2,188 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Deportation of prisoners 1 12,984 

Municipal Governments — 

Lock-up fees 69,661 182,645 

General Revenue 4,153,172 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



87 



IV. — DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971 


-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


2,415,361 


Departmental Administration 


3,753,500 


3.711.190 


34,113,680 


Rehabilitation of Adult Offenders 


42,333,000 


41.386.454 


13,291,826 


Rehabilitation of Juveniles 
Department Total 


17,848,000 


16,965,942 


49,820,867 


63.934,500 


62,063,586 


15,000 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


15.000 


15.000 


49,805,867 


63.919,500 


62.048.586 








49.820,867 


Total General Expenditure 


63,934,500 


62,063,586 



88 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IV. — DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


301 

1 


$ 

279,000 
630,300 
483,400 
1,258,000 
798,500 
259,300 


$ 
30,000 


279,000 
630,300 
483,400 
1,258,000 
828,500 
259,300 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

General Administration 


263 890 


2 
3 
4 
5 


Institutional Services 

Professional Services 

Administrative and Financial Services . . . 
Personnel Services 


612,136 

479,465 

1,253,360 

828 399 


6 


Information Services 

Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration ... 


258,940 


S 


3,708,500 
15.000 


30,000 


3,738,500 
15,000 


3,696,190 
15,000 




3,723,500 


30,000 


3,753,500 


3 711 190 









Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying administrative and support services for the 
operating programs. As well as the normal supporting activities, the program includes the Minister's 
Advisory Council on the Treatment of the Offender. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



89 



IV. — DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES — Continued 
DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 301 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



263,890 
15,000 



278.890 



General Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 166,670 

Employee benefits 12,396 

Transportation and communication 1 1,578 

Services 46,867 

Supplies and equipment 21,379 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Canadian Congress of Corrections . . 3,000 

Grant to Ontario Association of 

Corrections and Criminology 2,000 

Minister's Salary 

Institutional Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 466,184 

Employee benefits 37,020 

Transportation and communication 50,410 

Services 27,279 

Supplies and equipment 31,243 

Professional Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 319,132 

Employee benefits 23,902 

Transportation and communication 19,858 

Services 37,876 

Supplies and equipm.ent 18,697 

Transfer payments 
Grants to Centre of 

Criminology, University 

of Toronto $ 30,000 

Grant to Centre of 

Criminology, University 

of Ottawa 30,000 60,000 



612,136 



Administrative and Financial Services 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 930,257 

Employee benefits 177,896 

Transportation and communication 43,068 

Services 80,225 

Supplies and equipment 21,914 

1,253,360 

Personnel Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 453,126 

Employee benefits 30,456 

Transportation and communication 313,936 

Services 24,502 

Supplies and equipment 6,379 

828,399 

Information Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 141,712 

Employee benefits 10,545 

Transportation and communication 9,425 

Services 32,954 

Supplies and equipment 64,304 

258,940 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program | 3,711,190 



479,465 



90 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IV. — DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


302 

1 
2 

3 


1,216,500 
36,686,900 

167,000 
912,600 


3,350,000 


$ 

1,216,500 
40,036,900 

167,000 
912,600 


REHABILITATION OF ADULT 
OFFENDERS PROGRAM 

General Administration 

Care, Treatment and Training of Adult 
Offenders 

Ontario Board of Parole 


1,155,428 

39,270,515 
164,675 


4 


After-care of Adult Offenders 


795,836 




Total for Rehabilitation of Adult 
Offenders 






38,983,000 


3,350,000 


42,333,000 


41,386,454 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities supplying administrative, care, treatment and training services for 
the rehabilitation of adult offenders. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



91 



IV. — DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES — Continued 
REHABILITATION OF ADULT OFFENDERS PROGRAM — VOTE 302 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



General Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,031,296 

Employee benefits 80,838 

Transportation and communication 34,271 

Services 6,487 

Supplies and equipment 2,536 

1,155,428 



Care, Treatment and Training 
of Adult Offenders (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 25,248,559 

Employee benefits 1 ,827,279 

Transportation and communication 379,306 

Services 2,894,266 

Supplies and equipment 8,676,825 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets . . . 244,280 

39,270.515 



Ontario Board of Parole (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 126,341 

Employee benefits 9,790 

Transportation and communication 13,400 

Services 13,048 

Supplies and equipment 2,096 



164,675 



After-care of Adult Offenders (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 521,532 

Employee benefits 38,806 

Transportation and communication 81,993 

Services 1 ,234 

Supplies and equipment 10,437 

Transfer payments 

Grants to After-care Agencies 

Salvation Army $ 35,000 

John Howard Society 

—Ontario 35,000 

Elizabeth Fry Society 

—Toronto 12,000 

Elizabeth Fry Society 

—Ottawa 3,000 

Assistance to Inmates 

Rehabilitation Assistance. 43,166 

Compassionate Allowances 
to Permanently Handi- 
capped Inmates (paid 
as directed by the Lieu- 
tenant Governor in 
Council) 13,668 141,834 



795,836 



Total for Rehabilitation of Adult 
Offenders Program $ 41,386,454 



92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IV. — DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


303 

1 


4,427,800 

10,205,900 

1,984,800 


$ 

944,500 
285,000 


$ 

4,427,800 

11,150,400 

2,269,800 


REHABILITATION OF 
JUVENILES PROGRAM 

General Administration . 


$ 
3,992,455 


2 
3 


Care, Treatment and Training of Juveniles 

After-care of Juveniles 

Total for Rehabilitation of 
Juveniles 


10,751,231 
2,222,256 




16,618,500 


1,229,500 


17,848,000 


16,965,942 









Program description: 

This program comprises activities supplying administrative, care, treatment and training services for 
the rehabilitation of juveniles. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



93 



IV. — DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES — Continued 
REHABILITATION OF JUVENILES PROGRAM — VOTE 303 



Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



General Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Private Training Schools . . . 



Care, Treatment and Training of Juveniles 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 



387.159 



31,018 

15,128 

206 

3,517 

3.555,427 



3.992.455 



7.333,517 
553,222 
182,472 
785,857 

1,800,784 
95.379 



10,751,231 



After-care of Juveniles (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,029,615 

Employee benefits 81 ,866 

Transportation and communication 170,246 

Services 868,860 

Supplies and equipment 48,772 

Transfer payments 
Assistance to Wards 

Rehabilitation Assistance. . $ 20,074 
Compassionate Allowances 
to Permanently Handi- 
capped Wards (paid as 
directed by the Lieu- 
tenant Governor in 
Council) 2,823 22,897 



2,222,256 



Total for Rehabilitation of 
Juveniles Program I 16,965,942 



DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 96 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 98 

Formal Education K-13 101 

Assistance to School Authorities 103 

Special Educational Services for the Handicapped 105 

Continuing Education 107 

Community Services 108 

Student Summer Activities 110 

Statutory 98 

Summary 97 



[95] 



96 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Citizenship and Language Instruction Agreement 15,744 

Other 3,328 19,072 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 14,823 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Tuition from teachers attending professional development courses 948,907 

Tuition from other provinces for non-residents attending Ontario Schools 

for the Blind and Deaf 270,950 

Tuition from Government of Canada for Treaty Indians attending Ontario 

Schools for the Blind and Deaf 39,739 

Registration from participants in Curriculum, School Planning Research, 

Leadership and Data Processing Seminars 21,259 

Inspection of private schools 15,000 

Teacher and student certificates 11,864 

Other 3,496 1.311,215 

Sales 

Publications 13,817 

Facilities 

Perquisites 62,224 

Miscellaneous 8,655 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Young Voyageur Program 29,250 

Other 6,567 35,817 

General Revenue 1 ,465,623 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



97 



v. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 


1971 


-72 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


83,451,286 


Departmental Administration 


90,126,000 


90,530,179 


36,085.548 


Formal Education K-13 


41,645,000 


38.514,675 


886,697,564 


Assistance to School Authorities 


1,071,084,000 


1.070,886,370 


9,260,398 


Special Educational Services for the Handicapped 


11,446,000 


11,215,962 


129,975,199 


Continuing Education 


(Transferred to Department of 
Colleges and Universities) 


10,963,923 


Community Services 


12,737,000 


12,667,150 




Student Summer Activities 
Department Total 


1,111,000 


925,720 


1,156,433,918 


1,228,149,000 


1,224,740,056 


48,503,465 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


48,988,000 


51.019,415 


1,107,930.453 


1,179,161,000 


1.173,720.641 








1,156,433,918 


Total General Expenditure 


1.228,149,000 


1.224.740,056 



98 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


401 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


$ 

647,000 

2,679,000 

1,568,000 

1.921,000 

211,000 

448,000 

8,766,000 

24,056,000 


$ 
377,500 

464,500 


1,024,500 

2.679,000 

1,568,000 

1,921,000 

211,000 

448,000 

9,230,500 

24,056,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Minister's Office 

General Administration 

Departmental Business Administration . . 

Data Processing Operating Costs 

Personnel Services 

Information Services 


815,456 

1,602,266 

1,483.593 

1.865,042 

201,468 

390 881 


7 
8 


Grants 

Payments to Teachers' Superannuation 
Commission 

Minister's Salary 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


9,201,000 
23,951,058 


S 

s 


40,296,000 

15,000 

48,973,000 


842,000 


41,138,000 

15,000 

48,973,000 


39,510,764 

15,000 

51,004,415 




89,284,000 


842,000 


90,126,000 


90,530,179 



Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying administrative and support services for 
the operating programs of the Department. Included also is provision for grants to certain agencies and 
organizations. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



99 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 401 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Minister's Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Programs of Cultural Exchange 

Minister's Salary 



Data Processing Operating Costs (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less : Recoveries from other Agencies 



207,169 
30.392 
68,341 

190,932 

34,884 

283,738 



815,456 
15,000 



830.456 



General Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 552,792 

Employee benefits 39.040 

Transportation and communication 19,018 

Services 941.887 

Supplies and equipment 49.529 



1.602.266 



Departmental Business Administration 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages % 860.101 

Employee benefits 69.305 

Transportation and communication 372.381 

Services 104.561 

Supplies and equipment 77.245 



1,483.593 



1,301,997 

89,717 

44,754 

953,500 

264,374 

2.654,342 
789.300 

1,865.042 



Personnel Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 157,740 

Employee benefits 11 ,654 

Transportation and communication 14.412 

Services 6.532 

Supplies and equipment 11.130 



201.468 



Information Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 187.092 

Employee benefits 9.904 

Transportation and communication 13,304 

Services 163,763 

Supplies and equipment 16,818 



Grants (Item 7) 

Transfer payments 
Grant to the Council of Ministers of Education 

and Interprovincial Programs $ 

Grant to the Elliot Lake Centre for 

Continuing Education 

Grant to the Moosonee Education Centre . . 
Grant to the Ontario Institute for Studies 

in Education 

Grant to the Province of Ontario Council 

for the Arts 

Miscellaneous Grants 

Air Cadet League of Canada $ 3,000 

Association canadienne- 

francaise d'education 

d'Ontario 2,500 

Association canadienne des 

Educateurs de Langue 

francaise 6,000 

Boy Scouts of Canada 17,500 

Boys' Clubs of Canada .... 5,000 

Canadian Association for 

Adult Education 10,000 

Canadian Education 

Association 65,300 

Canadian Library 

Association 2.000 

Canadian National Institute 

for the Blind 125,000 

Champlain Society 5,000 

Consumers Association of 

Canada 2,000 

English Catholic Education 

Association of Ontario. . . 2,500 

Federation of Catholic 

Parent-Teacher 

Associations 2,000 

Frontier College 7,500 

Institut canadien-francais 

d'Ottawa 500 

Institute of Public 

Administration of 

Canada 15,000 

L'Association des 

commissions des ecoles 

bilingues d'Ontario 500 

Navy League of Canada. . . 3,000 

Northern Ontario Public 

and Secondary School 

Trustees' Association. . . . 300 



390,881 



180,713 

180,000 
316.000 

4.496.000 

2.500.000 



100 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM— VOTE 401 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Grants (Item 7) — Continued 

Ontario Educational 

Association % 10,000 

Ontario Federation of Home 

and School Associations. 10,000 

Ontario Federation of 

School Athletic 

Associations 17,000 

Ontario Girl Guides 

Association 15,000 

Ontario Library Association 1 ,000 

Ontario Public School 

Trustees' Association.. . . 10,000 

Ontario School Trustees' 

CouncU 11,300 

Ontario Separate School 

Trustees' Association. . . . 500 

Ontario Society for Crippled 

Children 6,000 

Ontario Temperance 

Federation 3,500 

Royal Life Saving Society of 

Canada 2,000 

United Nations Association 

in Canada 3,500 

Workers' Educational 

Association 6,000 

Miscellaneous (paid as 

directed by the Minister) 1,157,887 



1.528.287 



9,201,000 



Payments to Teachers' Superannuation 
Commission, etc. (Item 8) 

Transfer payments 

Compassionate allowances for ex-teachers, 
etc. (paid as directed by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council) $ 2,120 

Payment on unfunded liability of the 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 17,932,000 

Provision to increase, where applicable, 
annual allowances under The Teachers' 
Superannuation Act to $2,100 and $1,050 
for former contributors and their de- 
pandants respectively. These minimum 
benefits include, in certain cases, any 
benefit entitlement under the Canada 
Pension Plan and, actucirially reduced, 
will also apply to pensioners with between 
ten and thirty years of service 2,053,491 

Provision for supplementary retirement 
benefits of from 2 per cent to 50 per cent 
of annual allowances under The Teachers' 
Superannuation Act for certciin retired 
teachers and dependants of former teachers 3,963,447 



23,951,058 



Teachers' Superannuation Fund 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund (The 

Teachers' Superannuation Act) $ 51,478,416 



Less : Recoveries from Departments . 



474,001 



51,004,415 



Total for Departmental 
Administration Program $ 90,530,179 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



101 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



402 

2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 



4,054,000 

10,068,000 

909,500 

409,000 

890,500 

10,484,000 

2,478,000 

10.800.000 



40,093,000 



,552,000 



4,054,000 

10,068,000 

909,500 

409,000 

890,500 

10,484.000 

2,478,000 

12.352.000 



1.552.000 



41.645,000 



Program description: 



FORMAL EDUCATION K-13 
PROGRAM 

Curriculum Development 

Regional Services 

Registrar 

Special Education Services 

Supervision 

Teacher Education 

Correspondence Courses 

Grant to the Ontario Educational 
Communications Authority 

Total for Formal Education K-13 



3,756,644 

9,231,210 

844,420 

346,220 

675,831 

8,917,822 

2,390,528 

12.352.000 



38.514.675 



The activities comprising this program provide for the development of the pattern of academic and 
vocational education to be recommended for implementation in publicly supported school systems of the 
Province. Also provided are such support services to the school systems as professional advice, an adequate 
supply of trained teachers and appropriate instructional media. 



102 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

FORMAL EDUCATION K-13 PROGRAM — VOTE 402 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Curriculum Development (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,525,181 

Employee benefits 1 15,377 

Transportation and communication 353,478 

Services 503,284 

Supplies and equipment 1,259,324 



3,756,644 



Regional Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 7,105,608 

Employee benefits 563,708 

Transportation and communication 802,062 

Services 131,216 

Supplies and equipment 628,616 



9.231,210 



844,420 



Registrar (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages % 669,984 

Employee benefits 52,782 

Transportation and communication 7,572 

Services 86,531 

Supplies and equipment 27,551 

Special Education Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 266,301 

Employee benefits 19,551 

Transportation and communication 21,321 

Services 14,394 

Supplies and equipment 24,653 



346,220 



Supervision (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 475,179 

Employee benefits 37,246 

Transportation and communication 83,941 

Services 55,261 

Supplies and equipment 13,196 

Transfer payments 

Provision of facilities in northern areas, etc. 11,008 



675,831 



Teacher Education (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages | 6,581,975 

Employee benefits 436,595 

Transportation and communication 230,640 

Services 1 ,157,753 

Supplies and equipment 510,859 

8,917,822 

Correspondence Courses (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 988,721 

Employee benefits 83,391 

Transportation and communication 15,347 

Services 1,025,426 

Supplies and equipment 277,643 

2,390,528 

Grant to the Ontario Educational 
Communications Authority (Item 8) 

Transfer payments $ 12,352,000 

Total for Formal Education K-13 

Program $ 38,514,675 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



103 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


403 

1 
2 


$ 

142.500 

514,500 

1,059,389,000 


11,038,000 


$ 

142,500 

514,500 

1,070,427,000 


ASSISTANCE TO SCHOOL 
AUTHORITIES PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Architectural Services 


$ 

132,308 
393,960 


3 


Financial Assistance to School 
Authorities 

Total for Assistance to 
School Authorities 


1,070,360,102 




1,060,046,000 


11,038,000 


1,071,084,000 


1,070,886,370 



Program description: 

The activities in this program provide an appropriate measure of assistance, advice and control with 
respect to the financial and physical requirements of school authorities. 



104 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

ASSISTANCE TO SCHOOL AUTHORITIES PROGRAM — VOTE 403 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 12,003 

Employee benefits 8,854 

Transportation and communication 5,337 

Services 2,084 

Supplies and equipment 4,030 



132,308 



Architectural Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 295,823 

Employee benefits 23,032 

Transportation and communication 10,989 

Services 55,578 

Supplies and equipment 8,538 



393.960 



Financial Assistance to School Authorities 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 237,001 

Employee benefits 18,144 

Transportation and communication 5,380 

Services 55,458 

Supplies and equipment 10,575 

Transfer payments 

General Legislative Grants 

Elementary schools $599,875,456 

Secondary schools 411,160,077 1,011,035,533 

Payments to school boards, 
etc., in respect of Canada 

Pension Plan 9,998,179 

Cost of Education of Non- 
Resident Pupils, etc. 

Elementary schools $ 769,408 

Secondary schools 1,230,591 1,999,999 

Construction and equipment of additional 

vocational units for school boards, etc . . 46,999,833 

1,070,360,102 

Total for Assistance to School 

Authorities Program $1,070,886,370 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



105 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


404 

1 
2 
3 


$ 

522.500 
8,458,500 
2,465,000 


$ 


$ 

522,500 
8,458,500 
2,465,000 


SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL 

SERVICES FOR THE 

HANDICAPPED PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Ontario Schools for the Blind and Deaf. . 

Educational Programs in the Ontario 
Hospital Schools 

Total for Special Educational 

Services for the Handicapped 


413,474 
8,365,037 

2,437,451 




11,446.000 




11,446,000 


11,215,962 



Program description: 

The activities comprising this program provide for special educational services for deaf and/or blind 
and retarded children in institutions operated by the Provincial Government. Provision is also made for 
a small group of handicapped children receiving special services outside the Province. 



106 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES FOR THE HANDICAPPED PROGRAM — 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 404 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 278,617 

Employee benefits 20,479 

Transportation and communication 6,529 

Services 106,750 

Supplies and equipment 1,099 



413,474 



Ontario Schools for the Blind and Deaf 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 6,414,743 

Employee benefits 473,605 

Transportation and communication 229,845 

Services 139,632 

Supplies and equipment 1,107,212 



8,365,037 



Educational Programs in the Ontario 
Hospital Schools (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 2,039,236 

Employee benefits 144,313 

Transportation and communication 35,007 

Services 5,689 

Supplies and equipment 213,206 

2,437,451 

Total for Special Educational 
Services for the Handicapped 
Program $ 11,215,962 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



107 



v. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


405 

1 


1,228,000 

38,800,000 

105,642,000 

17,129,000 


$ 

(1,228,000) 

(38,800,000) 

(105,642,000) 

(17,129,000) 


(Transferred to 
Department of 
Colleges and 
Universities) 


CONTINUING EDUCATION 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 


2 
3 

4 


Adult Training 

Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts 

and Technology, etc 

Grants to Ryerson Polytechnical 

Institute, etc 

Total for Continuing Education 






162,799,000 


(162,799,000) 







Program description: 

The activities in this program provide the stimulus, resources and controls for continuing education in 
the Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology and in Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, for training for 
employment purposes beyond the scope of formal K-13 education and for management and supervisory 
training, but exclusive of university programs. 



108 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


406 

1 
2 


$ 

3,784,000 
8,774,000 


$ 
179,000 


$ 

3,963,000 
8,774,000 


COMMUNITY SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Youth, Recreation and Leadership 
Training 

PubHc and Regional Library Services . . . 
Total for Community Services 


3,946,104 
8,721,046 




12,558,000 


179,000 


12,737,000 


12,667,150 



Program description: 

The activities in this program provide the stimulus, guidance, and professional assistance to local 
communities to enable them to establish and develop library services, to develop and operate projects 
aimed at enriching the leisure time of citizens and to develop community leadership. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



109 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 406 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Youth, Recreation and Leadership Training 
(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

SuppUes and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Fitness Program .... $ 494,106 

Programs of Recreation 1,500,998 

Non-profit Camps 44,964 

Arena Managers' Certificates. 34,350 



816,061 
54,044 
149,043 
717,546 
134.992 



2,074,418 



3,946,104 



Public and Regional Library Services 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 125,520 

Employee benefits 9,137 

Transportation and communication 14,010 

Services 35,292 

Supplies and equipment 37,824 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Public Libraries 8,499,263 

8,721,046 

ToT.\L FOR Community Services 

Progr.\m $ 12,667,150 



no 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


407 

1 


% 
1,111,000 


$ 


$ 
1,111,000 


STUDENT SUMMER ACTIVITIES 
PROGRAM 

Student Summer Activities 

Total for Student Summer Activities 


$ 
925,720 




1,111,000 




1,111,000 


925,720 



Program description: 

The activities comprising this program provide for the involvement of secondary and post-secondary 
students in a variety of meaningful summer work situations in which they have the opportunity of 
developing personal skills and knowledge and of assisting groups engaged in community improvement projects. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



111 



V. — DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 

STUDENT SUMMER ACTIVITIES PROGRAM — VOTE 407 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Student Summer Activities (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 267,774 

Employee benefits 4,593 

Transportation and communication 70,992 

Services 538,839 

Supplies and equipment 43,522 

925,720 

Total for Student Summer 

Activities Program $ 925,720 



VL 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 114 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 116 

Renewable Resources Management 118 

Waste Management 120 

Air Management 122 

Ontario Water Resources Commission: 

Commission Administration 124 

Management of the Quality and Quantity of Water 126 

Provision of Sewage and Water Facilities and Related Funding 128 

Statutory 116 

Summary. 115 



[113] 



114 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

*VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Metropolitan Toronto Region Conservation Authority 264,062 

Other 33,720 297,782 



Fees, Licences and Permits 

Examinations under The Pesticides Act 2,605 

Sales — Land and Buildings 120,706 

Sales — Other 

Vehicles 1 ,450 

Miscellaneous 10 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Agreements 422,497 

Flood control and water conservation projects 80,058 502,555 



Ontario Water Resources Commission 

Government of Canada 

International Joint Commission 295,097 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Engineering studies 212,854 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Drilling contractors 4,820 

Sales 

Publications 4,087 

Miscellaneous 1 ,776 

General Revenue 1 ,443,742 

♦Formerly Department of Energy and Resources Management. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



115 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971 


-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


% 




$ 


$ 


28,055,032 


Departmental Administration 


16,890,202 


14,358,832 


12,879,205 


Renewable Resources Management 


16,824,000 


16,604,769 


223,078 


Waste Management 


994,500 


935,387 


3,765,546 


Air Management 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 


4,378,000 


4,281,322 


3,190,178 


Commission Administration 


3,151,000 


3,069,418 


6,627,183 


Management of the Quality and Quantity of Water 


8,268,500 


7,963,302 


40,362,659 


Provision of Sewage and Water Facilities and Related 
Funding 

Department Total 


52,897,000 


48,040,494 


95,102,881 


103,403,202 


95,253,524 


3,013,543 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


1,914,202 


1,914,202 


92,089,338 


101,489,000 


93,339,322 








32,798,694 


Total General Expenditure 


41,197,202 


40,385,825 


62,304,187 


Total Disbursements {See Disbursements and Charges and 
Debt Transactions — Retirements, page 26) 


62,206,000 


54,867,699 


95,102,881 


103,403,202 


95,253,524 



116 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


501 

1 


$ 

12.343,000 

62,000 

146,000 

2,398,000 


4,000 
23,000 


$ 

12,343,000 

66,000 

169,000 

2,398,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 

9,909,450 
64 964 


2 


Personnel Administration 


3 
4 


Public Information 

Administrative Services 

Minister's Salary 

Grant to The Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario re Rural, Primary 
and Secondary Lines 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


167,971 
2,302,245 


S 
S 


14,949,000 

15,000 

1,720,000 


27,000 
179,202* 


14,976,000 

15,000 

1,899,202 


12,444,630 
15,000 

1,899,202 




16,684,000 


206,202 


16,890,202 


14,358,832 



Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying support services for the operating programs, 
including grants to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario and grants made under The Pollution 
Abatement Incentive Act. 



*Order-in-Council— $179,202. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



117 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 501 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 209,492 

Employee benefits 14,734 

Transportation and communication 15,147 

Services 18,192 

Supplies and equipment 12,677 

Transfer payments 

University of Toronto re Great Lakes 

Institute 100,000 

Disbursements 

Loan to The Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario re Pickering Nuclear 
Power Generating Station 9,539,208 

9,909,450 

Minister's Salary 15,000 

Grant to The Hydro-Electric Power Commis- 
sion of Ontario re Rural, Primary and 
Secondary lines 1,899,202 

11,823,652 

Personnel Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 55,486 

Employee benefits 4,685 

Transportation and communication 616 

Services 2,347 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,830 



64.964 



Public Information (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 84,751 

Employee benefits 5,879 

Transportation and communication 16,538 

Services 48,080 

Supplies and equipment 12,723 

167,971 

Administrative Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 306,051 

Employee benefits 23,346 

Transportation and communication 7,619 

Services 6,908 

Supplies and equipment 13,833 

Transfer payments 

Pollution Abatement Incentive Act 1 ,944,488 

2,302,245 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 14,358,832 



118 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


502 


$ 

152,000 

492,000 

14,510,000 

1,200,000 


470,000 


$ 

152,000 

492,000 

14,980,000 

1,200,000 


RENEWABLE RESOURCES 
MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 

Administration 


$ 
132,564 


2 


Field Services 


491,335 


3 


Engineering and Technical 


14,842,769 


4 


Youth Corps (S.W.E.E.P.) 

Total for Renewable Resources 
Management 


1,138,101 




16,354,000 


470,000 


16,824,000 


16,604,769 



Program description: 

The functions of this program are to promote the development of renewable resources through the 
action of conservation authorities, along with the construction of municipal water supply reservoirs 
outside the boundaries of conservation authorities, and the development of approved parks by munici- 
palities under The Parks Assistance Act to provide beach and overnight camping facilities. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



119 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

RENEWABLE RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 502 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 44,343 

Employee benefits 3,509 

Transportation and communication 14,279 

Services 65,159 

Supplies and equipment 5,274 



Field Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



132,564 



350.480 

28,284 

61,525 

50,456 

590 



491.335 



Engineering and Technical Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 460,389 

Employee benefits 53,297 

Transportation and communication 71.871 

Services 176.333 

Supplies and equipment 18,717 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Conservation 
Authorities Niagara 

Escarpment $ 804,763 

Metro. Toronto and Region 
Conservation Authority — 

Waterfront Program 824,816 

Other capital grants 10,326,176 

Administration 1,819,208 

Other grants 

McMichael Conservation 
Collection of Art 

Capital 20,909 

Administration 168,100 13,963,972 

Disbursements 

Loans to Conservation Authorities 98,190 

14.842.769 

Youth Corps (S.W.E.E.P.) (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 938,792 

Employee benefits 27,990 

Transportation and communication 40,938 

Services 17,921 

Supplies and equipment 112,460 

1,138,101 

Total for Renewable Resources 
Management Program $ 16,604,769 



120 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


503-1 
702-5 


$ 
387,000 

(Transferred from 

Department of 

Health) 


150,000 
457,500 


$ 

537,000 
457,500 


WASTE MANAGEMENT 
PROGRAM 

Waste Management 

Private Waste and Water Management 
and Pesticides Control Services 

Total for Waste Management 


519,670 
415,717 




387,000 


607,500 


994,500 


935,387 



Program description: 

The function of this program is to develop and administer a regulatory system, derived from 
legislative authority, which will direct and control the transportation, storage, and disposal of waste on to 
land. This includes the unwanted residues of household, commerce, and industry. Devising effective 
procedures requires investigation of waste disposal practices, the writing of provincial standards, and 
initiation of experimental programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



121 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

WASTE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 503 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Waste Management (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 263,230 

Employee benefits 18,149 

Transportation and communication 54,651 

Services 147.997 

Supplies and equipment 35,643 



519,670 



Private Waste and Water Management 
and Pesticides Control (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 319,241 

Employee benefits 19,980 

Transportation and communication 39,563 

Services 6,679 

Supplies and equipment 30,254 

Total for Waste Management 

Program $ 935,387 



415,717 



122 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


504 

1 
2 
3 


$ 

610,000 
1,501,000 
403,000 
766,000 
271,000 
225,000 
537,000 


15,000 
50,000 


1 

610,000 
1,501,000 
418,000 
816,000 
271,000 
225,000 
537,000 


AIR MANAGEMENT PROGRAM 

Administration 

Abatement 

Approvals and Criteria 


$ 

609,777 

1,500,952 

417,577 


4 
5 
6 


Meteorology and Air Quality 

Phytotoxicology 

Auto Emission Control 


814,820 
270,881 
189 636 


7 


Laboratory 

Total for Air Management 


477,679 




4,313,000 


65,000 


4,378,000 


4,281,322 



Program description: 

This program consists of the management of the quality of the ambient air in Ontario through the 
reduction of emissions of pollutants from all existing sources, the approval of plans for the control of new, 
renovated or extended sources of air pollution, continuous air quality and meteorological monitoring, 
extensive sampling and analysis of vegetation, water and collected pollutants. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



123 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

AIR MANAGEMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 504 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Abatement (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Approvals and Criteria (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Meteorology and Air Quality (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



145,478 
11,353 
9,824 

427,628 
15.494 



609,777 



1,138,474 

100,568 

182,535 

36,970 

42,405 



1,500,952 



324,183 
25,008 
17,597 
28,894 
21,895 

417,577 



395,477 

28,788 

34,732 

118,522 

237,301 



814,820 



Phytotoxicology (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



163,740 
10,614 
16,055 
23,215 
57,257 

270,881 



Auto Emission Control (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 130,959 

Employee benefits 9,150 

Transportation and communication 10,390 

Services 12,797 

Supplies and equipment 26,340 



189.636 



Laboratory (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 322,500 

Employee benefits 26,570 

Transportation and communication 7,826 

Services 5,987 

Supplies and equipment 114,796 



477,679 



Total for Air Management Program. $ 4,281,322 



124 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 


ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES 
COMMISSION 


$ 


505 








COMMISSION 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 




• 


559,000 


36,000 


595,000 


Executive Direction and Commission 
Expenses 


568,674 


2 


95,000 




95,000 


Legal 


90,566 


3 


208,000 




208,000 


Personnel 


199,002 


4 


245,000 




245,000 


Public Relations and Information 


244,804 


5 


1 053 000 




1,053,000 
492,000 


Administrative Services 


1 041 074 


6 


487,000 


5,000 


Finance 


491,690 


7 


159,000 




159,000 


Regional Offices 


139,718 


8 


293,000 


11,000 


304,000 


Data Processing 

Total for Commission Administration 


293,890 




3,099,000 


52,000 


3,151,000 


3,069,418 



Program description: 

This program involves the overall administration of the Commission's programs and the provision 
of supporting administrative services. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



125 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

COMMISSION ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 505 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



568,674 



90,566 



Executive Direction and Commission 
Expenses (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 447,363 

Employee benefits 27,826 

Transportation and communication 33,914 

Services 23,566 

Supplies and equipment 36,005 

Legal (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 65,360 

Employee benefits 4,219 

Transportation and communication 1 ,406 

Services 18,474 

Supplies and equipment 1,107 

Personnel (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 142,330 

Employee benefits 34,425 

Transportation and communication 5,472 

Services 15,519 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,256 

Public Relations and Information (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 96,536 

Employee benefits 5,467 

Transportation and communication 10,064 

Services 122,696 

Supplies and equipment 10,041 

Administrative Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 616,445 

Employee benefits 46,099 

Transportation and communication 50,245 

Services 108,802 

Supplies and equipment 219,483 



199,002 



244,804 



1,041,074 



Finance (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 349,778 

Employee benefits 27,988 

Transportation and communication 43,063 

Services 45,867 

Supplies and equipment 24,994 

491.690 

Regional Offices (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 56,160 

Employee benefits 2,966 

Transportation and communication 19,614 

Services 35,024 

Supplies and equipment 25,954 

139,718 

Data Processing (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 192,869 

Employee benefits 14,855 

Transportation and communication 4,965 

Services 

Charges for EDP services 45,934 

Other 23,652 

Supplies and equipment 11,615 

293.890 

Total for Commission 

Administration Program $ 3,069,418 



126 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


1 


ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES 
COMMISSION 


$ 


506 








MANAGEMENT OF THE QUALITY 

AND QUANTITY OF WATER 

PROGRAM 




1 


1 583 000 


600 000 


2,183,000 


Sanitary Engineering 


1,934,425 


2 


724,000 




724,000 


Industrial Wastes 


717,304 


3 


1 281 000 




1,281,000 


Water Resources 


1,275,183 


4 


1,755,000 


121,500 


1,876,500 


Laboratory 


1,875,490 


5 


1,545.000 




1,545,000 


Environmental Quality 


1,504,497 


6 


659,000 




659,000 


Research 

Total for Management of the Quality 
AND Quantity of Water 


656,403 




7,547,000 


721,500 


8,268,500 


7,963,302 



Program description: 

This program consists of the management of the quality and quantity of the waters of Ontario which 
includes the inspection and supervision of public water supplies, sewage and industrial waste treatment 
plants, the approval of plans for new, extended or renovated installations, water quality and pollution 
surveys, regular water sampling, ground and surface water surveys, well management and extensive 
analyses of water, sewage, industrial waste and river samples. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



127 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

MANAGEMENT OF THE QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF WATER PROGRAM — VOTE 506 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Sanitary Engineering (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Industrial Wastes (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Water Resources (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Laboratory (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



1,319,774 

102,735 

130,601 

342,722 

38,593 

1,934.425 



587,570 

47,083 

67,029 

8,286 

7,336 



717,304 



908,786 
65,344 
74,738 

130,560 
95,755 



,275,183 



1,245,753 

82.911 

34,049 

222,420 

290,357 



1.875.490 



Environmental Quality (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Research (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Total for Management of the Quality 
AND Quantity of Water Program. . 



1,033,528 

70,054 

112,263 

116,723 

171,929 



1.504,497 


$ 


462,505 
35,102 
40,926 
34,408 
83,462 


656,403 


$ 


7,963,302 



128 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


507 

1 
2 


$ 

1,613,000 

50,471.000 

813,000 


$ 


$ 

1,613,000 

50,471,000 

813,000 


ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES 
COMMISSION 

PROVISION OF SEWAGE AND 

WATER FACILITIES AND 
RELATED FUNDING PROGRAM 

Project Development 

Construction 


$ 

1,556,224 
45 671 294 


3 


Plant Operations 


812,976 




Total for Provision of Sewage and 
Water Facilities and Related 
Funding 






52,897,000 




52,897,000 


48 040 494 









Program description: 

This program includes the development, construction, operation and financing of water supply and 
sewage treatment of facihties based on OWRC/ Municipal agreement or on the basis of Provincial 
ownership. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



129 



VI. — DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

PROVISION OF SEWAGE AND WATER FACILITIES AND RELATED FUNDING PROGRAM 

— VOTE 507 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Project Development (Hem 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 362,116 

Employee benefits 28,209 

Transportation and communication 24,140 

Services 

Engineering studies 334,910 

Other 2.005 

Supplies and equipment 15,490 

Other transactions 

Payments towards the cost of sewage and 
water facilities for certain municipalities 
qualifying for assistance 789,354 

1,556,224 

Construction (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 369,515 

Employee benefits 26,554 

Transportation and communication 30,920 

Services 3,750 

Supplies and equipment 10,254 

Disbursements 

Municipal projects $ 3,043,899 

Provincial projects 42,186,402 45,230,301 



45,671,294 



Plant Operations (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 660,376 

Employee benefits 54,453 

Transportation and communication 79,743 

Services 6,798 

Supplies and equipment 11,606 

812.976 

ToT.^L FOR Provision of Sewage and 
Water Facilities and Related 

Funding Program $ 48,040.494 



VIL 



DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL 

AFFAIRS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 132 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 134 

Ontario Securities Commission 136 

Superintendent of Insurance and Registrar of Loan and Trust Corporations 138 

Consumer Protection 140 

Business Incorporations 142 

Regulation of Horse Racing 144 

Statutory 134 

Summary 133 



[131] 



132 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

VII. —DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 
Taxation 

Reciprocals exchange and unlicensed companies 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Companies' incorporations 1,635,128 

Companies' annual returns 1 ,159,952 

The Securities Act 750,567 

The Insurance Act — 

Agents, brokers and adjusters 530,441 

Insurance companies 162,231 

Filing — companies 7,065 699,737 

Companies' amendments to articles 520,152 

The Real Estate and Business Brokers Act 441,793 

The Motor Vehicle Dealers Act 240,096 

Companies' searches, certificates and mortgages 234,176 

Companies — mortmain 192,927 

Ontario Racing Commission 188,746 

The Upholstered and Stuffed Articles Act 102,000 

Lotteries administration 91,035 

Companies — extra-provincial 75,274 

Companies' business names registration 74,435 

The Consumer Protection Act 34,785 

The Loan and Trust Corporations Act 26,144 

The Mortgage Brokers Act 20,257 

The Collection Agencies Act 12,294 

The Investment Contracts Act 6,580 

The Paperback and Periodical Distributors Act 1,959 

The Prepaid Hospital and Medical Services Act 1,125 

The Bailiffs Act 170 



Fines and Penalties 

Ontario Racing Commission. 

Sales 

Publications 

Miscellaneous 



General Revenue 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



133 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 


197 


1-72 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


983,745 


Departmental Administration 


1,173,500 


1,151,374 


1,078,152 


Ontario Securities Commission 


1,302,500 


1,268,236 


649,186 


Superintendent of Insurance and Registrar of Loan and 
Trust Corporations 


812,000 


811,651 


1,604,730 


Consumer Protection 


1,696,000 


1,690,704 


900,166 


Business Incorporations 


1,078,500 


1,001,148 


(Transferred from 

Department of 

Treasury and 

Economics) 


Regulation of Horse Racing 
Department Total 


2,911,000 


2,902,112 


5,215,979 


8,973,500 


8,825,225 


15,000 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


15,000 


12,774 


5,200,979 


8,958,500 


8,812,451 








5,215,979 


Total General Expenditure 


8,973,500 


8,825,225 



134 



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VII.— DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


601 








DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 




1 


324,200 




324,200 


Main Office 


323,084 


2 


140,200 


28.000 


168,200 


Research and Advisory Services 


161,053 


3 


384,200 


12,500 


396,700 


Financial and Administrative Services . . 


396,400 


4 


69,800 




69,800 


Personnel Administration 


69,743 


5 


125,100 




125,100 


Public Information Services 


122,654 


6 


74,500 




74,500 


Lotteries Administration 


65,666 




1,118,000 


40,500 


1,158,500 


1,138,600 


S 


15,000 




15,000 


Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


12,774 




1,133,000 


40,500 


1,173,500 


1,151,374 









Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities providing administrative and support services for 
the operating programs. In addition to normal supporting activities, i.e. personnel, financial and 
administrative services, this program includes research, public information services, and lotteries 
administration. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



135 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 601 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



323,084 
12,774 



335.858 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 248,071 

Employee benefits 15,891 

Transportation and communication 12,988 

Services . 30,191 

Supplies and equipment 15,943 

Minister's Salary 

Research and Advisory Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 49,920 

Employee benefits 2,883 

Transportation and communication 6,781 

Services 94,288 

Supplies and equipment 7,181 

Financial and Administrative Services 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 234,847 

Employee benefits 19,946 

Transportation and communication 91,269 

Services 29,667 

Supplies and equipment 20,671 



161,053 



396,400 



69,743 



Personnel Administration (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 59,1 12 

Employee benefits 5,086 

Transportation and communication 1 ,608 

Services 2,885 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,052 

Public Information Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages I 24,168 

Employee benefits 1,573 

Transportation and communication 7,609 

Services 60,253 

Supplies and equipment 29,051 

Lotteries Administration (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 48,440 

Employee benefits 3,412 

Transportation and communication 5,933 

Services 6,013 

Supplies and equipment 1,868 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 1,151,374 



122,654 



65,666 



136 



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VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



602 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



166,300 
215,600 
281,700 
462,900 
69.600 
67,900 



1,264,000 



30,500 



8.000 



38,500 



166,300 
246,100 
281,700 
462,900 
69,600 
75,900 



1,302,500 



ONTARIO SECURITIES 
COMMISSION PROGRAM 

Ontario Securities Commission 

Program Administration 

Prospectus Filing 

Investigation 

Registration 

Insider Trading 

Total for Ontario Securities 
Commission 



166,139 
245,967 
268,896 
455,403 
58,045 
73,786 



,268.236 



Program description: 

This program includes the review and acceptance of prospectuses filed with the Commission ; the 
investigation of securities transactions; the processing and review of applications received for registration 
and the publishing of Insider Trading Reports, required by The Ontario Securities Act and Regulations. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



137 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

ONTARIO SECURITIES COMMISSION PROGRAM — VOTE 602 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Ontario Securities Commission (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 134,922 

Employee benefits 7,256 

Transportation and communication 6,303 

Services 17,658 

166,139 

Program Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 123,861 

Employee benefits 8,850 

Transportation and communication 14,193 

Services 83,173 

Supplies and equipment 15,890 

245,967 

Prospectus Filing (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 203,819 

Employee benefits 16,040 

Transportation and communication 429 

Services 47,373 

Supplies and equipment 1,235 

268,896 



Investigation (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 409,341 

Employee benefits 32,910 

Transportation and communication 9,983 

Services 2,031 

Supplies and equipment 1,138 

455,403 

Registration (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 52,804 

Employee benefits 5,241 

58,045 

Insider Trading (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 67,960 

Employee benefits 5,826 

73,786 

Total for Ontario Securities 

Commission Program $ 1,268,236 



138 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


603 

1 
2 
3 
4 


$ 

171,400 

163,700 

343,400 

86,500 


$ 

26,000 
15,500 

5,500 


197,400 

179,200 

343,400 

92,000 


SUPERINTENDENT OF 

INSURANCE AND REGISTRAR 

OF LOAN AND TRUST 

CORPORATIONS PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Legal, Research and Development 

Examination 

Agencies 

Total for Superintendent of 
Insurance and Registrar of Loan 
AND Trust Corporations 


$ 

197,345 

179,135 

343,376 

91,795 




765,000 


47,000 


812,000 


811 651 









Program description: 

This program includes the continuous examination and evaluation of current practices in the insurance 
industry relating to sufficiency of assets and validity of certification and declarations; examination of the 
financial standing of Insurance and Loan and Trust Companies, and licensing of insurance agencies. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



139 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

SUPERINTENDENT OF INSURANCE AND REGISTRAR OF LOAN AND 
TRUST CORPORATIONS PROGRAM — VOTE 603 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer of payments 

Association of Superintendents of Insurance 
of the Provinces of Canada 



94,323 

8,050 

5.021 

63,586 

25.765 



600 



197,345 



Legal, Research and Development (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 164,978 

Employee benefits 1 1 ,251 

Transportation and communication 1.619 

Services 198 

Supplies and equipment 1,089 



179,135 



Examination (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 301,113 

Employee benefits 23,146 

Transportation and communication 17.747 

Supplies and equipment 1,370 



Agencies (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Total for Superintendent of Insur- 
ance AND Registrar of Loan and 
Trust Corporations Program $ 



343,376 



83,941 

7,035 

452 

104 

263 

91,795 



811.651 



140 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



604 



1 


426.500 


2 


195,900 


3 


597,600 


4 


337,600 


5 


107,400 




1,665,000 



31.000 



31.000 



457.500 
195,900 
597,600 
337,600 
107,400 

1,696,000 



CONSUMER PROTECTION 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Registration 

Inspection 

Examination 

Cemeteries Counselling Services 

Total for Consumer Protection . 



457.035 
195,248 
597,395 
335.271 
105.755 



1,690,704 



Program description: 

The functions of this program are the licensing and regulation of Itinerant Sellers, Used Car Dealers 
and Salesmen, Real Estate Brokers and Salesmen, Collection Agencies, Mortgage Brokers, and Upholstered 
and Stuffed Articles Manufacturers and Renovators, examination of the financial standing of Credit 
Unions and investigation of the operations of Cemetery Trust funds, and the operation of the Consumer 
Protection Bureau. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



141 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

CONSUMER PROTECTION PROGRAM — VOTE 604 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



457,035 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 305,425 

Employee benefits 22,466 

Transportation and communication 17,101 

Services 83,845 

Supplies and equipment 28,198 

Registration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Inspection (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 498,210 

Employee benefits 39,416 

Transportation and communication 47,874 

Services 3,993 

Supplies and equipment 7,902 



154,762 

11,699 

310 

22,827 

5,650 

195.248 



597,395 



Examination (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 290,792 

Employee benefits 23,070 

Transportation and communication 18,709 

Services 2,700 

335,271 

Cemeteries Counselling Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 77,647 

Employee benefits 5,984 

Transportation and communication 22,124 

105.755 

Total for Consumer Protection 

Program $ 1.690,704 



142 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAxM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


605 

1 

2 
3 


$ 

73,000 
563,200 
423,800 


18,500 


$ 

91,500 
563,200 
423,800 


BUSINESS INCORPORATIONS 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Incorporations 

Corporate Records 

Total for Business Incorporations.. 


$ 

80,911 
510,667 
409,570 




1,060,000 


18,500 


1,078,500 


1,001,148 



Program description: 

This program provides for the issuance of certificates, letters patent and supplementary letters 
patent effecting incorporation and amendments thereto. The services rendered include administration, 
legal, applications control, name searches, engrossing and records maintenance. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



143 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS 
BUSINESS INCORPORATIONS PROGRAM — VOTE 605 



Continued 



Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and comipunication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Incorporations (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



67,700 

3,905 

464 

3,694 

5,148 



80,911 



392,225 

31,218 

496 

19,469 

67,259 

510,667 



Corporate Records (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 341,870 

Employee benefits 27,251 

Transportation and communication 174 

Services 32,228 

Supplies and equipment 8,047 

409,570 

Total for Business Incorporations 

Program $ 1,001,148 



I 



144 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2409 

1 


$ 

(Transferred from 

Department of 

Treasury and 

Economics) 


$ 
2,911,000 


2,911,000 


REGULATION OF HORSE 
RACING PROGRAM 

Administration 


$ 
2 902 112 




Total for Regulation of Horse 
Racing 








2,911,000 


2,911,000 


2,902,112 







Program description: 

This program is administered by the Ontario Racing Commission under The Racing Commission 
Act. 

The Commission governs, directs, controls and regulates horse racing in Ontario. The Commission 
also registers colours, contracts, and partnerships and employs stewards, veterinarians, judges and clerks 
at the tracks. 

Grants are made to encourage the horse racing industry in Ontario through this program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



145 



VII. — DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

REGULATION OF HORSE RACING PROGRAM — VOTE 2409 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 425,014 

Employee benefits 10,199 

Transportation and communication 77,961 

Services 48,718 

Supplies and equipment 37,985 

Transfer payments 
Grants and expenses for encouragement and 

improvement of horse racing in Ontario, 

including research into equine medicine, 

etc 2,302.235 

Total for Regulation of Horse 

Racing Program $ 2,902,112 



VIII 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 148-149 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 151 

Public Health 154 

Mental Health 156 

Health Services Insurance 158 

Health Insurance Registration 160 

Ontario Hospital Services 162 

Government Pharmacy 164 

Statutory 151 , 164 

Summary 150 



[147] 



148 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VIIL — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 



$ $ 
Government of Canada 

Medical Care Act 11,690,961 

Health Resources Fund Act 3,599,938 

Canada Assistance Plan — Homes for Special Care — resident costs 2,729,821 

Hospital Insurance and Diagnostic Services Act — laboratory costs 737,741 

Hospital construction grants 197,359 

Recovery of 1970-71 expenditures — 

Federal Health Grants — operating fund . 142,613 

Canada Assistance Plan — payments for socially assisted persons 11,247 

Hospitalization of indigent immigrants — general hospitals 2,659 

Vocational Rehabilitation Agreement 118 



Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

OHSIP designated agents' advance recoveries 

Bursaries 

Invoice adjustments 

Health Resources Development Plan — 

capital grant overpayment 17,333 

operating grant overpayment 13,734 

Mental Retardation Centre — research recoveries 

Drug returns and adjustments 

Sanatoria grants 

Other 



59,640 
33.357 
31.216 



31,067 

22,420 
13,988 
11,093 
19.186 



Fees, Licences and Permits 

Analytical chemistry and pathology 170,656 

Environmental health — X-rays 10,188 

Nursing homes — 

The Nursing Homes Act 4,930 

The Homes for Special Care Act 1,340 6,270 

Other 5,282 



19,112,457 



221,967 



192,396 



Sales 

Recoveries from Public Hospitals — re Registered 

Nursing Assistants' Schools 1,356,015 

Administrative services 355,876 

Farm stock and produce 77,137 

Transport services 47,427 

Steam 37,174 

Laundry 36.049 

Insuhn 26,438 

Scrap and salvage 24.673 

Occupational therapy products 24,518 

Meals on wheels 8,162 

E.E.G. tracings 7,915 

Other 14,335 



2,015,719 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



149 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



$ $ 

Facilities 

Maintenance payments — 

Homes for Special Care 5,606,959 

Psychiatric hospitals and facilities for the 

retarded — residential units 727,071 

— in patients 276,036 

Sanatoria - 18,452 

Subrogation 7,801 

Meals 763,723 

Accommodation 192,803 

Industrial workshop 15,500 7,608,345 

Premiums 

Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan 298,850,606 

Miscellaneous 

Contribution from Ontario Hospital Services Commission towards the 

cost of mental health care in provincial institutions 3,963,004 

Bank interest 98,846 

Other— hospitals and hospital schools, etc 13,139 4,074,989 



Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Medical Care Act — contribution towards Ontario Health Services 

Insurance Plan 192,040,800 

Health Resources Fund Act— capital grants 12,500,000 

Canada Assistance Plan — Homes for Special Care — resident costs. . 6,320,432 

General Health Grants 
Pubhc Health Grants 

Official health agencies 1,686,213 

Professional Training Grant — bursaries 576,695 

Mental Health Grants 

Psychiatric facilities and facilities for the retarded 251,335 

Cancer Control Grant 

Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation 155,508 

Hospital Insurance and Diagnostic Services Act — laboratory costs . 444,026 

Canada Assistance Plan — payments for socially assisted persons. . . 23,029 



213,998,038 



General Revenue. 



546,074,517 



150 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







197] 


-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


19,233,767 


Departmental Administration 


20,020,000 


19,225,379 


68,875,515 


Public Health 


77,933,500 


76,359,549 


162,619,365 


Mental Health 


199,399,000 


197.330,009 


515,660,739 


Health Services Insurance 


570,144,000 


556,034,860 


14,316,813 


Health Insurance Registration 


16,487,000 


15,694,429 


135,232,171 


Ontario Hospital Services 


162,681,000 


162,668,310 




Government Pharmacy 
Department Total 




1,416,089 


915,938,370 


1,046,664,500 


1,028,728,625 


25,000 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


25,000 


1,441,089 


915,913,370 


1,046,639,500 


1.027,287,536 








886,299,170 


Total General Expenditure 


1,005,164,500 


990.728,625 


29,639,200 


Total Disbursements {See Disbursements and Charges and 
Debt Transactions — Retirements, page 26) 


41,500,000 


38,000,000 


915,938,370 


1,046,664,500 


1,028,728,625 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



151 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


701 

1 
2 


10,121,900 
174,900 
102,900 
579,200 
6,183,400 
146,000 

219,200 

1,035,500 

754,300 

677,700 


$ 


$ 

10,121,900 
174,900 
102,900 
579,200 
6,183,400 
146,000 

219,200 

1,035,500 

754,300 

677,700 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Communication Services 


$ 

10,059,036 
159,547 


3 
4 


Legal Services 

Personnel Services 


95,460 
525 202 


5 
6 


Research and Planning Services 

Executive Director— Financial and 
Administrative Services 


5,754,270 
128 575 


7 


Audit Services 


167,233 


8 
9 


Administrative Services 

Financial Services 


1,033,484 
710,399 


10 


Management Analysis Services 

Minister's Salary 

Governors of the University of Toronto — 
Banting and Best Research Fund 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


567,173 


S 
S 


19,995,000 
15,000 
10,000 




19,995,000 
15,000 
10,000 


19,200,379 
15,000 

10,000 




20,020,000 




20,020,000 


19,225,379 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities representing the administrative and supporting services for the 
operating programs and a number of ministerial agencies. 



152 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 701 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 347,077 

Employee benefits 601,712 

Transportation and communication 39,202 

Services 382,931 

Supplies and equipment 27,271 

Transfer payments 
Alcoholism and Drug Addic- 
tion Research Foundation. $ 6,900,000 
Ontario Cancer Treatment and 

Research Foundation 1,618,000 

Payments for control of drug 

abuse 110,343 

CoUege of Nurses 20,000 

Registered Nurses' Associa- 
tion of Ontario 5,000 

University of Western Ontario 

Faculty of Medicine 7,500 8,660,843 

10,059,036 
Minister's Salary 15,000 

10,074,036 

Communications Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 104,525 

Employee benefits 7,905 

Transportation and communication 8,635 

Services 30,621 

Supplies and equipment 7,861 

159,547 

Legal Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 81,169 

Employee benefits 6,415 

Transportation and communication 921 

Services 4,973 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,982 

95,460 

Personnel Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 419,520 

Employee benefits 35,373 

Transportation and communication 48,938 

Services 14,926 

Supplies and equipment 6,445 

525,202 



5,038,093 
5,754,270 

10,000 



5,764,270 



Research and Planning Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 632,329 

Employee benefits 51,415 

Transportation and communication 6,656 

Services 12,152 

Supplies and equipment 13,625 

Transfer payments 

Chnical, AppHed, Operational 

and other Health Research . $ 4,747,745 
Governors of the University 
of Toronto — Banting and 

Best Research Fund 20,000 

Federal Health Grants — 

Operating Fund 270,348 

Governors of the University of Toronto — 
Banting and Best Research Fund 

Executive Director — Financial and 
Administrative Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 14,382 

Employee benefits 8,61 1 

Transportation and communication 1,680 

Services 2,717 

Supplies and equipment 1,185 

Audit Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 130,258 

Employee benefits 10,462 

Transportation and communication 23,042 

Services 186 

Supplies and equipment 3,285 

Administrative Services (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 692,558 

Employee benefits 53,128 

Transportation and communication 122,508 

Services 60,463 

Supplies and equipment 104,827 



128,575 



167,233 



1,033,484 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



153 



VIII.— DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH— Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM— VOTE 701 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Financial Services (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages $ 599,356 

Employee benefits 48,187 

Transportation and communication 10,195 

Services 26,736 

Supplies and equipment 25,925 



710,399 



Management Analysis Services (Item 10) 

Salaries and wages $ 339,182 

Employee benefits 27,650 

Transportation and communication 9,370 

Services 179,221 

Supplies and equipment 11,750 

567,173 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 19,225,379 



154 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


702 

1 

2 


1,891,400 

23,135,700 
7,282,800 

42,138,800 
-3,902,300 


40,000 
(457,500) 

(Transferred to 

Department of 

the Environment) 


$ 
1,891.400 

23,135,700 

7,282,800 

42,138,800 

3,484,800 


PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM 

Program Administration and the Opera- 
tion of Schools for Registered Nursing 
Assistants 

Local Health Services 


$ 

1,646,344 
23,014,496 


3 
4 


Laboratory Services 

Special Health Services 


6,967,930 
41 245 992 


5 


Environmental Health Services 


3 484 787 




Total for Public Health 






78,351,000 


(417,500) 


77,933,500 


76,359,549 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities which support and complement medical practitioners and other 
private and public health agencies in the prevention and control of diseases and the care and rehabilitation 
of the sick. The program also includes assistance to local health agencies and homes for special care. 
In some areas direct health services to the public are provided. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



155 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM — VOTE 702 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration and the Operation 

of Schools for Registered Nursing Assistants 

(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages ^ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Health League of Canada $ 2,500 

Canadian Public Health 

Association 5,000 

St. Elizabeth Visiting Nurses 

Association 1,300 

Grants for Community Health 

Facilities 191.039 

Registered Nursing Assistant 

Students' Stipends 471,056 



Local Health Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Official Local Health 

Agencies under authority of 

The PubUc Health Act ... . $21,899,664 
Special Training of Health 

Personnel 6,000 



Laboratory Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 3 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Hospital Laboratories re Com- 
munity Diagnostic Public Health Services 



809,738 
62,143 
14,537 
32,541 
56,490 



670,895 



1,646,344 



798,366 
65,287 
95,862 
79,693 
69,624 



21,905,664 



23.014,496 



4,794,075 
387,349 
200,703 
231,578 

1,341,963 



12,262 



Special Health Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



Transfer payments 

Connaught Laboratories % 

Canadian Hemophilia Society- 
Ontario Chapter 

Canadian Paraplegic Associa- 
tion 

Canadian Arthritis and Rheu- 
matism Society (Ontario 

Division) 

Canadian Association of 

Occupational Therapy 

Multiple Sclerosis Society of 

Canada 

Grant to Corbrook Sheltered 

Workshop 

Ontario Society for Crippled 

Children 

Medical expenses and costs re 
disabilities attributable to 

the drug Thalidomide 

Venereal Disease Control — 

grants and expenses 

Outbreaks of Diseases- 
costs and expenses 

Convalescent Summer Camps 
and Canadian Mothercraft 

Centre 

Provincial Aid re Homes for 

Special Care 

Home Care Assistance 

Costs and expenses of pre- 
scribed drugs and equip- 
ment re children with Cystic 

Fibrosis 

Tuberculosis Prevention — 

costs and expenses 

Grants to Sanatoria under 
authority of The Sanatoria 

for Consumptives Act 

Maintenance of Ontario Resi- 
dents as patients in Sana- 
toria in other Provinces . . . 



6,967,930 



3,057,141 
239,821 
233,132 
259,558 
284,084 



15,300 
2,000 
3,500 

15,000 
5.000 
2,000 
8,000 
6,000 

4,952 

125,723 

1,549.601 

65,919 

26,494,990 
4,849,912 

365.383 

142,472 

3,500,000 
16,504 



37,172.256 



41,245,992 



Environmental Health Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



2,618,558 
199,135 
309,462 
139,106 
218,526 



3,484,787 



Total for Public Health Program. . . $ 76,359.549 



156 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


703 

1 
2 


34,356,200 
158,292,800 


$ 
6,750,000 


$ 

34,356,200 
165,042,800 


MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Patients Services 


$ 

33,459,465 
163,870.544 




Total for Mental Health 




192,649,000 


6,750,000 


199,399,000 


197 330 009 









Program description: 

This program is concerned with the provision of preventative, diagnostic, treatment, training and 
rehabilitation services for the mentally ill and retarded. The program includes facilities established 
and operated by the Government as well as those operated by a local agency with financial assistance 
from the Department of Health. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



157 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM — VOTE 703 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 394,715 

Employee benefits 10,210 

Transportation and communication '. . 1,950 

Services 155,512 

Supplies and equipment 44,889 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Mental Health 

Foundation $ 288,000 

Canadian Mental Health 

Association 25,000 

Ontario Association for 

Mentally Retarded 25,000 

Lorimer Lodge, Toronto 5,000 

Ontario Association for 
Children with Learning 

Difficulties 3,500 

Grants to Community Mental 
Health Facilities 

Capital 1,105,315 

Operations 31,400,374- 32,852,189 



33,459,465 



Patient Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 127,204,862 

Employee benefits 9,801 .924 

Transportation and communication 1,821,058 

Services 5,935,820 

Supplies and equipment 19,106,880 



163,870,544 



Total for Mental Health Program.. $ 197,330,009 



158 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


704 

2 
3 


1 

16,141,700 

226,100 

553,126,200 


$ 
650,000 


$ 

16,791,700 

226,100 

553,126,200 


HEALTH SERVICES INSURANCE 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Research and Development 

Claims Assessment, Adjudication and 
Payment and Health Resources 
Development Plan 

Total for Health Services Insurance 


$ 

16,668.973 
185,370 

539,180,517 




569,494,000 


650,000 


570,144,000 


556,034.860 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities relating to the administration, operation and control of the 
Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan. It also includes the Health Resources Development Plan which 
provides for the development and deployment of health resources and manpower. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



159 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

HEALTH SERVICES INSURANCE PROGRAM — VOTE 704 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 3,925,040 

Employee benefits 286,163 

Transportation and communication 608,893 

Services 11,239,420 

Supplies and equipment 609,457 

16,668,973 

Research and Development (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 170,375 

Employee benefits 13,595 

Transportation and communication 611 

Services 52 

Supplies and equipment 737 



185.370 



Claims Assessment, Adjudication and Payment 

and Health Resources Development Plan 

(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 4,830,271 

Employee benefits 394,015 

Transportation and communication 11,780 

Services 15,301 

Supplies and equipment 230,311 

Transfer payments 

Payments authorized under 
The Health Services Insur- 
ance Act, etc $482,025,980 

Health Resources Develop- 
ment Plan 51,672,859 533,698,839 

539.180.517 

Total for Health Services 

Insurance Program $ 556,034.860 



160 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


705 

1 


572,900' 
2.396,900 
6,247,900 
7,039,300 


230,000 


$ 

572,900 
2,626,900 
6,247.900 
7.039,300 


HEALTH INSURANCE 
REGISTRATION PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


410 913 


2 


Finance and Administration 


2 508 048 


3 
4 


Insurance Services 

Data Processing 

Total for Health Insurance 
Registration 


5,919,867 
6,855,601 




16,257,000 


230.000 


16,487,000 


15.694.429 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities relating to the enrolment of persons, the collection and cashiering 
of premiums, the entitlement of persons to coverage for insured services and the provision of a public 
information service, under The Hospital Services Commission Act and The Health Services Insurance Act. 
Also included in the program is a data processing unit which provides services for the entire Department. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



161 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

HEALTH INSURANCE REGISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 705 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 168,250 

Employee benefits 12,170 

Transportation and communication 8,837 

Services 214,378 

Supplies and equipment 7,278 



410,913 



Finance and Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 950,761 

Employee benefits 75,091 

Transportation and communication 1,164,670 

Services 83,784 

Supplies and equipment 233,742 



2,508.048 



Insurance Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 5,227,350 

Employee benefits 412,781 

Transportation and communication 123,578 

Services 97,099 

Supplies and equipment 59,059 

5,919,867 

Data Processing (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 3,427,561 

Employee benefits 276,295 

Transportation and communication 7,235 

Services 2,879,506 

Supplies and equipment 265,004 

6,855,601 

Total for Health Insurance 

Registration Program $ 15,694,429 



162 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


706 

1 


$ 

6,811,000 
79,870,000 

60,200,000 


$ 
15,800,000 


$ 

6.811,000 
95,670,000 

60,200,000 


ONTARIO HOSPITAL SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 
6 811 000 


2 
3 


Operation of Hospitals and Related 
Facilities 

Construction of Hospitals and Related 
Facilities 

Total for Ontario Hospital Services 


95,657,310 
60,200,000 




146,881,000 


15,800,000 


162,681,000 


162,668,310 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities relating to the administration and operation of the Hospital Care 
Plan and contributions towards the operation and construction of hospitals and related facilities. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



163 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

ONTARIO HOSPITAL SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 706 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 4,570,188 

Employee benefits 400,402 

Transportation and communication 154,839 

Services 1,449,634 

Supplies and equipment 235,937 



6,811,000 



Operation of Hospitals and Related Facilities 
(Item 2) 

Transfer payments 

Operation of hospitals and related facilities $ 95,525,000 

Indigents from unorganized territory 101,594 

Indigent Immigrants 30,716 



95,657,310 



Construction of Hospitals and Related 
Facilities (Item 3) 

Transfer payments 

Grants to Public Hospitals and Boards . . 
Disbursements 

Capital Financial Assistance 



$ 22,200,000 
38,000,000 
60,200,000 



Total for Ontario Hospital Services 
Program $ 162,668,310 



164 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


S 


$ 


$ 


$ 


GOVERNMENT PHARMACY 
PROGRAM 

Government Pharmacy Account 

Total for Government Pharmacy. . . 


$ 
1,416,089 










1,416,089 



Program description: 

This service provides for the requisitioning, receiving, storing, packaging and distribution of approved 
and/or tested drugs and biologicals for the Departments of Health, Correctional Services, Social and 
Family Services, and Drug Pricing Program, Agencies and private physicians and indigent patients. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



165 



VIII. — DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 
GOVERNMENT PHARMACY PROGRAM — STATUTORY 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Government Pharmacy (Statutory) 
Supplies and Equipment $ 1,416,089 



Total for Government Pharmacy 

Program $ 1,416,089 



IX, 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 168 

Statement of Expenditure 

Law Officer of the Crown 170 

Crown Legal Services 172 

Legislative Counsel Services 174 

Courts Administration 176 

Probation Services 178 

Guardian and Trustee Services 180 

Property Rights Registration Systems 182 

Public Safety 184 

Departmental Support Services 186 

Law Research and Development 188 

Supervision of Police Forces 190 

Ontario Provincial Police: 

Departmental Support 192 

Traffic Law Enforcement 194 

Criminal and General Law Enforcement 196 

Statutory 170, 172, 176, 182, 190 

Summary 169 



[167] 



168 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ 
Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Taxation 

The Fire Marshals Act 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Land registration services 7,889,938 

Surrogate Registrars 4,900,549 

County and District Court Clerks 2,523,594 

Sheriffs 1,805,794 

Local Registrars 1,638,489 

Public Trustee — escheated estates 247,917 

Small Claims Court Clerks and Bailiffs 239,217 

Crown Attorneys 4,720 

Centre of Forensic Sciences 4,658 

Fire Marshal's Office 2,168 

Fines and Penalties 
Provincial Courts — 

Criminal division 29,596,179 

Family division 23,980 

Estreated bail 109,447 

Miscellaneous 47,224 

Facilities 

Perquisites, rents, etc •. 

Miscellaneous 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Emergency Measures 1 ,073,400 

Pubhc Trustee 1,526,352 

Official Guardian , 880,980 

Accountant, Supreme Court of Ontario 113,431 

Ontario Provincial Police 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Policing municipalities 496,673 

Private investigators and security guards 148,738 

Sales 

Facilities 

Perquisites, rents, etc 

Miscellaneous 

General Revenue 



I 
13,218 



1,156,615 



19.257,044 



29,776,830 

6,964 
69,685 



3,594,163 

13,295 

645,411 

16,582 

200,682 
94,077 

54.844.566 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



169 



1970-71 
Actual 



10,527,838 
4,466,325 
442,896 
25,728,917 
4,448,508 
2,612,952 
5,927,116 
6,582,507 
1,789,121 
355,410 
1,318,305 

1,904,425 
28,599,723 
24,856,456 



119,560,499 
675,367 



118,885,132 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Programs 



119.560,499 



Law Officer of the Crown 

Crown Legal Services 

Legislative Counsel Services 

Courts Administration 

Probation Services 

Guardian and Trustee Services 

Property Rights Registration Systems 

Pubhc Safety 

Departmental Support Services 

Law Research and Development 

Supervision of Police Forces 
Ontario Provincial Police 

Departmental Support 

Traffic Law Enforcement 

Criminal and General Law Enforcement 
Department Total 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 

TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total General Expenditure 



1971-72 



Appropria- 
tions 



Actual 



11,592,000 
5.162,000 
838,000 
29,759,000 
5,160,000 
2,832,000 
7,121,000 
7,105,000 
2,155,000 
447,000 
1,677,000 

1,908,500 
32,612,500 
28,672,000 



137,041,000 
592,500 



136,448,500 



11,591,261 
5,162,042 
827,927 
29,693,117 
5,135,868 
2,768,557 
6,867,755 
7,025,577 
2,144,052 
430,085 
1,600,170 

1,840,680 
32,486,349 
28.537,788 



136,111,228 
556,364 



135,554,864 



137,041,000 



136,111,228 



170 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



901 

2 
3 
4 

S 
S 



102,000 

101,000 

210,000 

10,865,000 



1,278,000 
15,000 



11.293,000 



28,000 

90,000 

181,000 



130,000 

191,000 

391,000 

10,865,000 



299,000 



11,577,000 
15,000 



299,000 



11,592,000 



LAW OFFICER OF THE CROWN 
PROGRAM 

Minister 

Deputy Minister 

Royal Commissions 

Contribution to Legal Aid Fund 

Minister's Salary 

Payments under The Audit Act 

Total for Law Officer of the 
Crown 



119,159 

167,058 

390,200 

10,865,000 



1,541,417 
15,000 
34,844 



,591,261 



Program description: 

This program represents the duties and responsibilities of the Law Officer of the Crown as prescribed 
by law and usage and provides for supervision of the administration of justice in the province. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



171 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

LAW OFFICER OF THE CROWN PROGRAM — VOTE 901 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



119,159 
15,000 
34,844 



Minister (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 71,284 

Employee benefits 3,273 

Transportation and communication 9,843 

Services 6,945 

Supplies and equipment 27,814 

Minister's Salary 

Payments under The Audit Act 

Deputy Minister (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 83,931 

Employee benefits 5,976 

Transportation and communication 18,558 

Services 46,019 

Supplies and equipment 12,574 



169,003 



167.058 



Royal Commissions (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 80,930 

Employee benefits 934 

Transportation and communication 21,773 

Services 281,145 

Supplies and equipment 5,418 

390,200 

Contribution to Legal Aid Fund (Item 4) 

Transfer payments 

Contribution to Legal Aid Fund $ 10,865,000 

Total for Law Officer of the 

Crown Program $ 11,591,261 



172 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


902 

1 


167,500 

4,125,800 

452,700 


1 

4,000 
310,000 
101,000 


$ 

171,500 

4,435,800 

553,700 


CROWN LEGAL SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


171 445 


2 
3 


Criminal Prosecutions and Appeals 

Civil Litigation and Legal Advisory 
Services 

The Proceedings Against the Crown Act . . 
Total for Crown Legal Services .... 


4,435,353 
553,609 


S 


4,746,000 
1,000 


4L5,000 


5,161,000 
1,000 


5,160,407 
1,635 




4,747,000 


415,000 


5,162,000 


5,162,042 



Program description: 

This program provides for legal representation of the Crown in right of Ontario before all criminal and 
civil courts in the province and renders legal services to the Government and the Legislature. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



173 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

CROWN LEGAL SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 902 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



171,445 
1,635 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 96,202 

Employee benefits 5,857 

Transportation and communication 1,579 

Services 4,915 

Supplies and equipment 14,092 

Transfer payments 

Centre of Criminology 48,800 

The Proceedings Against the Crown Act 

Criminal Prosecutions and Appeals 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 3,336,894 

Employee benefits 240,396 

Transportation and communication 245,685 

Services 474, 143 

Supplies and equipment 136,235 

Transfer payments 

Crown Attorneys' Association 2,000 



173,080 



4.435,353 



Civil Litigation and Legal Advisory 
Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Crown Legal Services 

Program $ 



441,509 
30,908 
22,461 
44,258 
14,473 



553,609 



5,162,042 



174 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


903 

1 


$ 
565,000 


273,000 


$ 
838,000 


LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 
SERVICES PROGRAM 

Legislative Counsel Services 


$ 
827 927 




Total for Legislative Counsel 

Services 






565,000 


273,000 


838,000 


827,927 



Program description: 

This program provides legislative advisory services to Ministers of the Crown, members of the 
Legislature, government departments and agencies and petitioners for private bills. It also includes 
responsibility for drafting Bills and Regulations, preparation of Annual Statute Books and filing and 
publication of Ontario Regulations. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



175 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 903 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Legislative Counsel Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 251,001 

Employee benefits 16,584 

Transportation and communication 983 

Services 475,143 

Supplies and equipment 84,216 

Total for Legislative Counsel 

Services Program $ 827,927 



176 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
tor the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


904 








COURTS ADMINISTRATION 
PROGRAM 




1 


130,000 




130,000 


Program Administration 


127,794 


2 


1,926,000 


59,000 


1,985,000 


Administration of Supreme Court of 
Ontario 


1,983,812 


3 


8,954,500 


760,000 


9,714,500 


Administration of County, District, 
Surrogate and Small Claims Courts . . . 


9,714,460 


4 


16.215,000 


1,159,000 


17,374,000 


Administration of Provincial Courts 


17,372,158 




27,225,500 


1,978,000 


29,203,500 


29,198,224 


S 


222,000 




222,000 


Allowances to Supreme Court Judges. . . . 


202,088 


S 


333,500 




333,500 


Allowances to Judges 

Total for Courts Administration. . . . 


292,805 




27,781,000 


1,978,000 


29,759,000 


29,693,117 



Program description: 

Administrative Services of the Supreme Court of Ontario, County, District, Surrogate, Small Claims 
Courts and the Provincial Courts are provided under this program. 



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177 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

COURTS ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 904 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 98,018 

Employee benefits 7,296 

Transportation and communication 4,657 

Services 9,283 

Supplies and equipment 8,540 



Administration of Supreme Court of 
Ontario (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Judges' Library . $ 6,700 

Chief Justice of Ontario — 

Conferences and Seminars. 3,300 

Allowances to Supreme Court Judges 



127,794 



1,462,877 
113,338 

99.753 
198,964 

98,880 



10,000 

1,983,812 
202,088 



2.185.900 



Administration of County, District, Surrogate 
and Small Claims Courts (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 6,202,480 

Employee benefits 406,812 

Transportation and communication 380,033 

Services 2,053,304 

Supplies and equipment 658,870 

Transfer payments 

County and District Law 

Libraries $ 9,961 

Small Claims Courts' 

Association 3,000 12,961 

9,714,460 
Allowances to Judges 292,805 

10,007.265 

Administration of Provincial Courts 

(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 11,766,948 

Employee benefits 854,503 

Transportation and communication 673,507 

Services 2,919,326 

Supplies and equipment 1,157,874 

17,372,158 

Total for Courts Administration 

Program $ 29,693,117 



178 



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IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


905 

1 


5,160,000 


$ 


$ 
5,160,000 


PROBATION SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Probation Services 


5,135,868 




Total for Probation Services 






5,160,000 




5,160,000 


5,135,868 



Program description: 

Probation, Social Investigation and Evaluation Services required by the Courts of Criminal and 
Family Jurisdictions are provided through this Program. 



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179 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

PROBATION SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 905 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Probation Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 4,438,991 

Employee benefits 357,909 

Transportation and communication 279,621 

Services 12,473 

Supplies and equipment 43,874 

Transfer pajmients 

Association of Probation Officers 3,000 

Total for Probation Services 

Program $ 5,135,868 



180 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


906 


1 

1,288,800 
1,543,200 


$ 


$ 

1,288,800 
1,543,200 


GUARDIAN AND TRUSTEE 
SERVICES PROGRAM 

Ofificial Guardian 


1,242,204 


2 


Public Trustee 

Total for Guardian and Trustee 
Services 


1,526,353 




2,832,000 




2,832,000 


2,768,557 



Program description: 

Safeguards of the financial interests of infants, administration of the estates of mentally incompetent 
persons, supervision of charitable financial interests and protection and preservation of reversionary 
interests of the Crown in right of Ontario are provided through this program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



181 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

GUARDIAN AND TRUSTEE SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 906 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Official Guardian (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 414,549 

Employee benefits 29,161 

Transportation and communication 12,696 

Services 766,309 

Supplies and equipment 19,489 



1,242.204 



Public Trustee (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages | 1 ,218,629 

Employee benefits 97,487 

Transportation and communication 41,647 

Services 120,339 

Supplies and equipment 48,251 

1,526.353 

Total for Guardian and Trustee 

Services Program $ 2,768,557 



182 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


907 

1 


1 

213,300 

5,666,300 

576,500 

644,900 


$ 


$ 

213,300 

5,666,300 

576,500 

644,900 


PROPERTY RIGHTS 

REGISTRATION SYSTEMS 

PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 
206 686 


2 


Real Property Registration 


5 605 278 


3 
4 


Title and Survey Examinations 

Personal Property Security Registration 
Systems 

Crown Contributions re Judges' Plans . . . 

Total for Property Rights 
Registration Systems 


553,498 
502,293 


S 


7,101,000 
20,000 




7,101,000 
20,000 


6,867,755 




7,121,000 




7,121,000 


6,867,755 







Program description: 

Registration of interests in property and in unincorporated Business and supervision of services 
relating to Title Registration and correction of boundaries are contained in this program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



183 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 
PROPERTY RIGHTS REGISTRATION SYSTEMS PROGRAM 



VOTE 907 



Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 134,512 

Employee benefits 10,081 

Transportation and communication 11 ,072 

Services 8,012 

Supplies and equipment 43,009 



206,686 



Real Property Registration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 4,575,622 

Employee benefits 387,105 

Transportation and communication 121,045 

Services 69,417 

Supplies and equipment 452,089 



5.605.278 



Title and Survey Examinations (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 494,493 

Employee benefits 20,675 

Transportation and communication 17,689 

Services 12,052 

Supplies and equipment 8,589 



Total for Property Rights 
Registration Systems Program 



553,498 



Personal Property Security Registration 
Systems (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 98,900 

Employee benefits 7,275 

Transp>ortation and communication 3,948 

Services 290,809 

Supplies and equipment 101,361 



502,293 



. $ 6,867,755 



184 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


908 

1 


$ 

55,400 

1,151,000 

1,345,900 

1,595,000 

1,914,000 

473,000 

25,000 

64,900 

439.800 


30,000 
11,000 


$ 

55,400 

1,151,000 

1,345,900 

1,595,000 

1,914,000 

503,000 

36,000 

64,900 

439,800 


PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


1 

52,896 

1,150,982 

1,328,089 

1,594,998 

1,913,972 

500,528 

35,229 

64.831 

384,052 


2 


Centre of Forensic Sciences 


3 


Kmergency Measures 


4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


Fire Safety Services 

Coroners' Investigations and Inquests . . . 

Compensation to Victims of Crime 

Expropriation Investigations 

Expropriation Conciliation 

Land Compensation Board 

Total for Public Safety 




7,064,000 


41,000 


7,105,000 


7,025,577 









Program description: 

This program includes scientific investigations, the coroner's system, co-ordination of emergency 
measures and fire safety services, and provides compensation for victims of crime. It also ^ovides for 
investigations, conciliation and arbitration under expropriation procedures. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



185 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM — VOTE 908 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
fpr the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 45,512 

Employee benefits 3,496 

Transportation and communication 1,481 

Services 358 

Supplies and equipment 2,049 



Centre of Forensic Sciences (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Emergency Measures (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Municipal Projects 



Fire Safety Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Fire Prevention Associations 



52.896 



894,591 
73,196 
42,962 
17,129 

123,104 



1,150,982 



354,404 
29,261 
17,176 
19,718 
27,001 

880,529 

1,328,089 



1,151,846 

96,478 

142.062 

132.807 

69,481 

2.324 



1,594,998 



1,913,972 



61,520 

4.298 

2.351 

21,452 

11,096 

399,811 



500,528 



Coroners' Investigations and Inquests 
(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 240,635 

Employee benefits 14.637 

Transportation and communication 23,193 

Services 1,609,590 

Supplies and equipment 25,917 

Compensation to Victims of Crime (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Compensation to Victims of Crime 

Expropriation Investigations (Item 7) 
Services $ 35,229 

Expropriation Conciliation (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Land Compensation Board (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages $ 31 1,014 

Employee benefits 21,122 

Transportation and communication 17.718 

Services 18.726 

Supplies and equipment 15.472 



$ 52,720 

929 

9,077 

1.762 

343 


64.831 



384.052 



Total for Public Safety Program , 



7.025,577 



186 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


1 




1 


909 








DEPARTMENTAL SUPPORT 
SERVICES PROGRAM 




1 


72,800 


1,000 


73,800 


Program Administration 


73,799 


2 


834,600 


8,000 


842,600 


Financial Management 


842,430 


3 


246,500 




246,500 


Internal Audit 


246,405 


4 


253,800 


50,000 


303,800 


Office Services 


303,771 


5 


365,800 




365,800 


Personnel Management 


364,368 


6 


57,400 




57,400 


Program Planning and Evaluation 


51,490 


7 


265,100 




265,100 


Systems Development 

Total for Departmental Support 
Services 


261,789 




2,096,000 


59,000 


2,155,000 


2,144,052 



Program description: 

This program provides supporting Administrative and Financial Services for the Operating Programs 
of the Department. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



187 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL SUPPORT SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 909 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



73,799 



681,497 

78,855 

5,373 

38,203 

27,574 

10,928 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 64,182 

Employee benefits 4,139 

Transportation and communication 815 

Services 3,020 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,643 

Financial Management (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Compassionate Allowances 

Internal Audit (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 199,299 

Employee benefits 16,767 

Transportation and communication 28,788 

Services 251 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,300 

Office Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 169,923 

Employee benefits 12,218 

Transportation and communication 46,951 

Services 64,001 

Supplies and equipment 10,678 



842,430 



246,405 



303,771 



Personnel Management (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 287,392 

Employee benefits 20,899 

Transportation and communication 24,924 

Services 11 ,757 

Supplies and equipment 19,396 



364,368 



Program Planning and Evaluation 
(Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 44,576 

Employee benefits 4,701 

Transportation and communication 274 

Services 1,124 

Supplies and equipment 815 



51,490 



Systems Development (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 201,743 

Employee benefits 14,124 

Transportation and communication 8,035 

Services 29,586 

Supplies and equipment 8,301 

261,789 

Total for Departmental Support 

Services Program $ 2,144,052 



188 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


910 

1 


$ 
447,000 


$ 


$ 
447,000 


LAW RESEARCH AND 
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

Law Research and Development 

Total for Law Research and 

Development 


430,085 




447,000 




447,000 


430,085 



Program description: 

Research in the Law and institutions involved in the administration of justice, publication of 
research reports and formulation of recommendations for remedial legislation are undertaken by this 
program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



189 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

LAW RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 910 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Law Research and Development (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 267,040 

Employee benefits 12,527 

Transportation and communication 20,969 

Services 112,669 

Supplies and equipment 16,880 

Total for Law Research and 

Development Program $ 430,085 



190 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


911 








SUPERVISION OF POLICE 
FORCES PROGRAM 




1 


598,300 




598,300 


Ontario Police Commission 


513,295 


2 


999,700 


78,000 


1,077,700 


Police Training 


1,076,883 




1.598,000 


78,000 


1,676,000 


1,590,178 


s 


1,000 




1,000 


Hearings under The Police Act 


9,992 




Total for Supervision of Police 
Forces 






1,599,000 


78,000 


1,677,000 


1,600,170 



Program description: 

This program is designed to promote maximum efficiency of police forces in Ontario through advisory 
services, crime intelligence, police training and disciplinary procedures. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



191 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

SUPERVISION OF POLICE FORCES PROGRAM — VOTE 911 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Ontario Police Commission (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Association of Municipal 
Police Governing 

Authorities $ 2,000 

Canadian Association of 

Chiefs of Police 5,000 

Hearings under The Police Act 



340,615 
23,188 
33,257 
60,112 
49,123 



7,000 



513,295 
9,992 



523,287 



Police Training (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 631,181 

Employee benefits 47,387 

Transportation and communication 79,276 

Services 93,858 

Supplies and equipment 225,181 

1,076,883 

Total for Supervision of Police 

Forces Program $ 1,600,170 



192 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


912 








ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

DEPARTMENTAL SUPPORT 
PROGRAM 




1 


550,000 




550,000 


Administration 


544,676 


2 


368,000 




368,000 


Budget and Accounting 


320,601 


3 


213,600 


3,000 


216,600 


Staff Inspection 


215,521 


4 


243,000 




243,000 


In-Service Training 


237,214 


5 


88,200 


3,000 


91,200 


Public Information and Properties 


88,356 


6 


183,800 


3,000 


186,800 


Personnel 


185,613 


7 


69,000 


2,000 


71,000 


Ontario Provincial Police Auxiliary 


70,830 


8 


177,400 


4,500 


181,900 


Planning and Research 


177,869 




Total for Departmental Support 






1,893,000 


15,500 


1,908,500 


1,840,680 



Program description: 

Within this program supervisory, financial, administrative and other support services are provided for 
the operations of the Force. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



193 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL SUPPORT PROGRAM — VOTE 912 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 481 ,01 1 

Employee benefits 36,539 

Transportation and communication 10,443 

Services 16,294 

Supplies and equipment 389 



Staff Inspection (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 



544,676 



Budget and Accounting (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 226,467 

Employee benefits (718) 

Transportation and communication 37,075 

Services 41 ,227 

Supplies and equipment 16,550 



320,601 



187,355 
16,274 
11,892 



215,521 



In-Service Training (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 155,015 

Employee benefits 13,158 

Transportation and communication 15,657 

Services 40,580 

Supplies and equipment 12,804 



237,214 



88,356 



185.613 



Public Information and Properties 
(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 77,715 

Employee benefits 6,975 

Transportation and communication 3,666 

Personnel (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 162,952 

Employee benefits 12,716 

Transportation and communication 3,189 

Services 6,756 

Ontario Provincial Police Auxiliary 
(Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 21 ,690 

Employee benefits 1 ,927 

Transportation and communication 36,317 

Services 2,183 

Supplies and equipment 8,713 

Planning and Research (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 156,808 

Employee benefits 13,074 

Transportation and communication 2,879 

Services 3,732 

Supplies and equipment 1,376 

Total for Departmental Support 

Program $ 1,840,680 



70,830 



177,869 



194 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


913 








ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT 
PROGRAM 




1 


156,400 




156,400 


Traffic Accident Prevention 


154,894 


2 


100,000 




100,000 


Aerial Surveillance 


100,000 


3 


3,313,200 


455,000 


3,768,200 


Transport 


3,761,387 


4 


1,183,800 


103,500 


1,287,300 


Communications 


1,285,593 


5 


674,300 




674,300 


Quartermaster Stores 


650,787 


6 


666,000 


40.000 


706,000 


Records 


681,423 


7 


140,300 




140,300 


Data Processing 


130,221 


8 


23,760,500 


403,000 


24,163,500 


Law Enforcement — Uniform 


24,111,124 


9 


1,562,500 


54,000 


1,616,500 


Law Enforcement — Civilian 

Total for Traffic Law 

Enforcement 


1,610,920 




31,557,000 


1,055,500 


32,612,500 


32,486,349 









Program description: 

The functions of this program include operation of highway patrols, investigation of accidents, and 
enforcement of those laws enacted to promote safe travelling conditions on highways within Ontario. 
Fifty-five per cent of the costs of Field Staff and Support Services are allocated to this program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



195 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 913 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Traffic Accident Prevention (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 85,551 

Employee benefits 7,190 

Transportation and communication 20,455 

Supplies and equipment 41,698 

154,894 

Aerial Surveillance (Item 2) 

Services S 100,000 

Transport (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 422,773 

Employee benefits 34,840 

Transportation and communication 3,756 

Services 683,649 

Supplies and equipment 2,616,369 

3,761,387 



1.285,593 



Communications (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 716,147 

Employee benefits 57,630 

Transportation and communication 295,955 

Services 150,130 

Supplies and equipment 65,731 

Quartermaster Stores (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 70,743 

Employee benefits 6,239 

Transportation and communication 16,047 

Services 85,357 

Supplies and equipment 472,401 



650,787 



Records (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 536,007 

Employee benefits 45,837 

Transportation and communication 20,273 

Services 18,61 1 

Supplies and equipment 60,695 



681,423 



Data Processing (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 85,780 

Employee benefits 6,453 

Services 32,439 

Supplies and equipment 5,549 

130,221 



Law Enforcement — Uniform (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 21,553,070 

Employee benefits 1,881,894 

Transportation and communication 501,733 

Supplies and equipment 253,165 

24,189,862 
Less: Recoveries from Departments 78,738 

24,111,124 



Law Enforcement — Civilian (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 ,485,453 

Employee benefits 1 18,626 

Supplies and equipment 6,841 

1,610,920 

Total for Traffic Law 

Enforcement Program $ 32,486,349 



196 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


914 








ONTARIO PROVINCIAL POLICE 

CRIMINAL AND GENERAL LAW 
ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM 




1 


1,935,000 


80,000 


2,015,000 


Special Services 


1,982,717 


2 


186,500 




186,500 


Registration 


185,327 


3 


2,710,800 


371,000 


3,081,800 


Transport 


3,076,068 


4 


968,700 


85,000 


1,053,700 


Communications 


1,051,831 


5 


551,700 




551,700 


Quartermaster Stores 


532,463 


6 


544,700 


32,000 


576,700 


Records 


557,530 


7 


114 700 




114 700 


Data Processing 


106 544 


8 


19,440,500 


329,000 


19,769,500 


Law Enforcement — Uniform 


19,727,283 


9 


1,278,400 


44,000 


1,322,400 


Law Enforcement — Civilian 

Total for Criminal and General Law 
Enforcement 

- 


1,318,025 




27,731,000 


941,000 


28,672,000 


28,537,788 



Program description: 

The functions of this program include the performance of all duties and services in relation to the 
preservation of peace; prevention of crime and of offences against the laws in force in Ontario and the criminal 
laws of Canada; and apprehension of criminals and offenders who may be lawfully taken into custody. Forty- 
five per cent of the costs of Field Staff and Support Services are allocated to this program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



197 



IX. — DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 
CRIMINAL AND GENERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM 



VOTE 914 



Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Special Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Supplies and equipment 

Registration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Supplies and equipment 

Transport (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Communications (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Quartermaster Stores (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



1,712,249 

137,967 

112,651 

19,850 

1,982,717 



167,213 

12,881 

1,479 

3,754 

185,327 



345,905 

28,506 

3,073 

561,975 

2,136,609 

3,076,068 



585,938 

47,152 

242,144 

122,834 

53,763 

1,051,831 



57,881 

5,105 

13,129 

69,838 

386,510 

532,463 



Records (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 438,551 

Employee benefits 37,503 

Transportation and communication 16,587 

Services 15,227 

Supplies and equipment 49,662 



557,530 



Data Processing (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 70,184 

Employee benefits 5,279 

Services 26 541 

Supplies and equipment 4,540 

106.544 



Law Enforcement — Uniform (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 17,634,330 

Employee benefits 1 ,539,732 

Transportation and communication 410,509 

Supplies and equipment 207,134 

19,791,705 
Less: Recoveries from Departments 64,422 

19,727,283 



Law Enforcement — Civilian (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,215,371 

Employee benefits 97,057 

Supplies and equipment 5,597 

1,318,025 

Total for Criminal and General 

Law Enforcement Program $ 28,537,788 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 200 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 202 

Safety and Technical Services 204 

Industrial Relations 206 

Manpower Development 208 

Human Rights Commission 210 

Employment Standards 212 

Athletics Commission 214 

Statutory 202 

Summary 201 



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200 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

Government of Canada 

Adult Occupational Training Agreement 785,000 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 40,878 

Taxation 

Office of Athletics Commissioner 23,796 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Motor vehicle repair trade, barbering, hairdressing, etc 915,512 

Elevator inspection 724,824 

Boiler inspection 544,285 

Building plan examination 510,271 

Energy Branch 363,618 

Examinations, etc 221,917 

The Employment Agencies Act 42,550 

Office of Athletics Commissioner 7,523 3,330,500 



Fines and Penalties 

The Employment Standards Act 77,924 

Sales 

Textbooks, etc 1 1 ,384 

Miscellaneous 2,636 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Adult Occupational Training Agreement 6,750,000 

General Revenue 11,022,118 



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201 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971 


-72 


IQTO 71 


Programs 






Actual 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


3,092,698 


Departmental Administration 


3,701,000 


3,434,643 


4,404,614 


Safety and Technical Services 


5,369,000 


5,266,558 


1,438,922 


Industrial Relations 


1,915,000 


1,651,563 


10,875,448 


Manpower Development 


14,719,000 


13.016,044 


506,019 


Human Rights Commission 


498,000 


490,215 


1,483,481 


Employment Standards 


1,549,000 


1,380.557 


213,090 


Athletics Commission 
Department Total 


211,000 


207.134 


22,014,272 


27,962,000 


25,446,714 


15,000 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


15,000 


15,000 


21,999,272 


27,947,000 


25,431,714 








21,863,152 


Total General Expenditure 


27,962,000 


25,446,714 


151,120 


Total Charges 






22,014,272 


27,962,000 


25,446,714 



202 



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X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1001 

1 


$ 

317,400 
180,200 
621,700 
148,900 
1,330,300 
234,000 
234,100 
548,500 
63,900 


$ 
7,000 


$ 

317,400 
180,200 
621,700 
148,900 
1,330,300 
234,000 
234,100 
548,500 
70,900 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 
289,029 


2 
3 
4 
5 


Legal Services 

Research 

Labour Safety Council 

Finance and Administration 


152,584 

554,441 

140,606 

1,316,931 


6 

7 
8 
9 


Personnel 

Information Services 

Systems and Data Processing 

Executive Director Manpower Services . . 

Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


189,019 

205,891 

504,988 

66,154 


S 


3,679,000 
15,000 


7,000 


3,686,000 
15,000 


3,419,643 
15,000 




3,694,000 


7,000 


3,701,000 


3,434,643 









Program description: 

This program consists of nine activities supplying administrative and support services for the 
operating programs. As well as the normal supporting activities, the program includes the Minister's 
Labour Safety Council. 



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X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 1001 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Blind Workmen's Compensation. , 

Minister's Salary 



Legal Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Research (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Research grants 

Labour Safety Council (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Research grants 



212,014 
25,606 
14,160 
19,981 
16,175 

1,093 



289,029 
15,000 



304,029 



$ 131.886 
9,203 
8,130 
1,560 
1,805 


152,584 



429,243 

31,608 

9,237 

33,240 

37,013 

14,100 



554,441 



67,095 

5,334 

10,329 

55,113 

2,135 

600 



140,606 



Finance and Administration (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 818,449 

Employee benefits 62,028 

Transportation and communication 241,793 

Services 45,366 

Supplies and equipment 149,295 

1,316,931 

Personnel (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 149,996 

Employee benefits 9,071 

Transportation and communication 11 ,337 

Services 16,737 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,878 

189,019 

Information Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 18,587 

Employee benefits 7,949 

Transportation and communication 13,087 

Services 64,025 

Supplies and equipment 2,243 

205,891 

Systems and Data Processing (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 312,680 

Employee benefits 25,017 

Transportation and communication 2,824 

Services 158,057 

Supplies and equipment 6,410 

504,988 

Office of the Executive Director 
Manpower Services (Item 9) 

Salaries and wages $ 55,403 

Employee benefits 4,432 

Transportation and communication 4,455 

Services 831 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,033 

66,154 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 3,434,643 



204 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1002 








SAFETY AND TECHNICAL 
SERVICES PROGRAM 




1 


155,000 




155,000 


Office of the Executive Director 


134,611 


2 


298,600 




298,600 


Operating Engineers 


296,754 


3 


929,200 


43,000 


972,200 


Boiler Inspection 


971,735 


4 


964,200 




964.200 


Elevator Inspection 


906,161 


5 


411,100 




411,100 


Construction Safety 


407,827 


6 


1,611,700 




1,611,700 


Industrial Safety 


1,598,152 


7 


842,700 




842,700 


Energy 


838,542 


8 


113,500 




113,500 


Uniform Building Standards 

Total for Safety and 
Technical Services 


112,776 




5,326,000 


43,000 


5,369,000 


5,266,558 

1 



Program description: 

This program consists of seven operating activities co-ordinated by the office of the Executive 
Director, to ensure public safety and safe working conditions through the inspection of elevators, 
pressure vessels, construction sites, commercial and industrial premises, gas, oil and propane appliances 
and installations and gasoline bulk plants and service stations, including marinas. In addition, 
professional staff are employed to approve industrial plant drawings and licences are issued for 
the operation of elevators and pressure vessels. Uniform Building Standards are established 
throughout the province to utilize the benefit of technology and mass production. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



205 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

SAFETY AND TECHNICAL SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 1002 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Office of the Executive Director 
(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 108,391 

Employee benefits 8,807 

Transportation and communication 3,595 

Services 11 ,529 

Supplies and equipment 2,289 



134,611 



Operating Engineers (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 220,663 

Employee benefits 17,353 

Transportation and communication 28,860 

Services 27,982 

Supplies and equipment 1,896 



296.754 



971,735 



Boiler Inspection (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 771,348 

Employee benefits 63,001 

Transportation and communication 121,450 

Services 8,643 

Supplies and equipment 7,293 

Elevator Inspection (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 775,174 

Employee benefits 60,983 

Transportation and communication 54,153 

Services 11,428 

Supplies and equipment 4,423 



906,161 



407,827 



1,293,974 

105,457 

144,269 

47,744 

6,708 



Construction Safety (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 284,212 

Employee benefits 23,386 

Transportation and communication 41,232 

Services 46,561 

Supplies and equipment 12,436 

Industrial Safety (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Energy (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Miscellaneous grants 

Uniform Building Standards (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Safety and Technical 

Services Program $ 5,266.558 



1,598,152 



641,785 
53,544 
96,681 
26,676 
17,856 

2,000 

838,542 



75,227 

4,726 

10,561 

20.439 

1,823 

112.776 



206 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1003 

2 


762,000 

1,037,000 

116,000 


$ 


$ 

762,000 

1,037,000 

116.000 


INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 
PROGRAM 

Conciliation and Mediation Services 

Labour Relations Board 


$ 

594,290 
1 000,438 


3 


Labour Management Arbitration 

Commission 

Total for Industrial Relations 


56,835 




1,915,000 




1,915,000 


1,651,563 



Program description: 

This program consists of three activities engaged in maintaining or achieving a reasonable 
relationship between employers and employees by administering and enforcing The Labour Relations 
Act, and mediating disputes. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



207 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS PROGRAM — VOTE 1003 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Conciliation and Mediation Services 

(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 419,066 

Employee benefits 31,951 

Transportation and communication 70,671 

Services 68,275 

Supplies and equipment 4,327 

Labour Relations Board (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 698,612 

Employee benefits 61,570 

Transportation and communication 71,614 

Services 151,878 

Supplies and equipment 16,764 



594,290 



1,000,438 



Labour Management Arbitration Commission 
(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Industrial 
Relations Program $ 



36,651 
1,047 
4,690 

13,659 
788 



56,835 



1,651,563 



208 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1004 

2 


14.509,200 
197,800 


$ 
12,000 


14,509,200 
209,800 


MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT 
PROGRAM 

Industrial Training 

Women's Bureau 

Total for Manpower Development.. 


$ 

12,812,310 
203,734 




14,707,000 


12,000 


14,719,000 


13,016,044 



Program description: 

This program consists of two major activities concerned with developing and protecting Ontario's 
Manpower resources through Apprenticeship Training, short-term training in industry, and by 
certification of Ontario's journeyman work force. Equal training and employment opportunities 
for the female sector of the Provincial labour force are promoted through the activities of the Women's 
Bureau. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



209 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 1004 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Industrial Training (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 2,484,316 

Employee benefits 196,758 

Transportation and communication 200,444 

Services 325,474 

Supplies and equipment 40,508 

Transfer pa3mients 

Training in Industry $ 916,644 

Modular Training 18,367 

Occupational Competence 

Testing 48,609 

Apprentices' living 

allowances 2,121,074 

Apprentices' tuition 6,436,257 

Workmen's Compensation 
premium on behalf of 
Apprentices 23,859 9,564,810 



12,812,310 



Women's Bureau (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 124,825 

Employee benefits 8,870 

Transportation and communication 6,378 

Services 61 ,702 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,959 

203,734 

Total for Manpower 

Development Program $ 13,016,044 



210 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1005 

1 


$ 
498,000 


$ 


498,000 


HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION 
PROGRAM 

Human Rierhts Commission .... 


$ 
490 215 




Total for Human Rights 

Commission 






498,000 




498,000 


490,215 



Program description: 

The Commission administers, enforces and publicizes the Ontario Human Rights Code and 
The Age Discrimination Act. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



211 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION PROGRAM — VOTE 1005 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Human Rights Commission (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 319,712 

Employee benefits 22,827 

Transportation and communication 45,613 

Services 95,628 

Supplies and equipment 6,435 

Total for Human Rights 

Commission Program $ 490,215 



212 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1006 


1,549,000 


$ 


1,549,000 


EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS 
PROGRAM 

Employment Standards 

Total for Employment 

Standards 


$ 
1.380,557 




1,549,000 




1,549,000 


1.380,557 



Program description: 

The function of this program is to prevent the exploitation of the Province's manpower resources 
by administering and enforcing The Employment Standards Act. The Industrial Standards Act, The 
Employment Agencies Act, and the audit of Fair Wage Contracts on Province of Ontario construction 
contracts. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



213 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS PROGRAM — VOTE 1006 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Employment Standards (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 ,092,717 

Employee benefits 88,109 

Transportation and communication 139,999 

Services 50,642 

Supplies and equipment 9,090 

Total for Employment 

Standards Program $ 1,380,557 



214 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1007 

1 


211,000 


$ 


$ 
211,000 


ATHLETICS COMMISSION 
PROGRAM 

Athletics Commission 


$ 
207,134 




Total for Athletics 

Commission 






211,000 




211,000 


207,134 



Program description: 

The commission is responsible for supervising amateur as well as professional boxing and wrestling 
contests and supporting amateur sports through financial aid and donations of sports equipment. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



215 



X. — DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 

ATHLETICS COMMISSION PROGRAM — VOTE 1007 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Athletics Commission (Item 1 ) 

Salaries and wages $ 24,439 

Employee benefits 2,091 

Transportation and communication 2,011 

Services 990 

Supplies and equipment 151,753 

Fransfer payments 

Financial assistance to Amateur Sport .... 25,850 

Total for Athletics Commission 

Program $ 207,134 



XL 
DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 218 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 220 

Resource Protection and Development 222 

Recreation 224 

Statutory 220, 224 

Special Warrant 224 

Summary 219-224 



[217] 



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XI. — DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 



$ 
Government of Canada 

Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development Agreement 164,745 

Other 947 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Logging roads construction costs 245,626 

Refunds of land purchase deposits 85,855 

Taxation 

Provincial land tax 

Royalties 

Timber stumpage charges 12,591,499 

Timber management and forest protection charges 1,930,665 

Game 194,567 

Other 63,100 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Hunting and fishing 9,163,352 

Provincial parks 3,218,455 

Hunter examination fees 76,253 

Other 56,630 

Public Domain 

Leasing of Crown lands 

Sales — Land and Buildings 

Crown lands 

Sales — Other 

Nursery stock 196,726 

Maps, publications, etc 181 ,952 

Fire protection and suppression 1 12,198 

Land Agreements — forest products 85,828 

Air service flying operations 74,185 

Confiscated articles 41 ,255 

Other 51,682 

Facilities 

Provincial park concessions 179,480 

Rentals 168,554 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Agricultural Rehabihtation and Development Agreement 374,144 

Resources Development Agreement 130,000 

Fisheries Industrial Development Agreement 7,785 

General Revenue 



165,692 



331,481 



2,013,687 



14.779,831 



12.514,690 



595.684 



218,412 



743,826 



348.034 



511,929 



32,223,266 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



219 



XI. — DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970—71 
Actual 


Programs 


1971-72 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


6,000,836 


Departmental Administration 


8,294,000 


7,877,007 


41,910,619 


Resource Protection and Development 


51,549,000 


50,895,786 


24,519,523 


Recreation 

Department Total 


34.578,000 


34,070,670 


72,430,978 


94.421,000 


92.843,463 


447,236 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


515,000 


332,926 


71.983,742 


93.906,000 


92,510,537 








71,998,742 


Total General Expenditure 


93,921,000 


92,523,119 


432,236 


Total Disbursements {See Disbursements and Charges and 
Debt Transactions — Retirements, page 27) 


500,000 


320,344 


72,430,978 


94,421,000 


92,843,463 



220 



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XL — DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



1101 

1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 



601,000 
1,819,000 

239,000 
1,324,000 

767,000 

530,000 
1,555,000 
1.200.000 



8,035,000 
15.000 



8.050.000 



94,000 



150.000 



244,000 



244,000 



695,000 
1,819,000 

389,000 
1,324,000 

767,000 

530,000 
1,555,000 
1.200.000 



8,279,000 
15,000 



8,294,000 



DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Financial and Administrative Services. 

Legal Services 

Operations Services 

Personnel 

Information and Education 

Junior Rangers 

Youth Corps (S.W.E.E.P.) 

Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 



659,010 
1,801,851 

385.479 
1,267,633 

633,486 

513,536 
1,553,343 
1,050,087 



7,864,425 
12,582 



7,877,007 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities supplying administrative support and services for the 
operating programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



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XL — DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 1101 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Canadian Council of Resource 
Ministers 

Minister's Salary 

Financial and Administrative Services 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Legal Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Operations Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Grant to Ontario Forestry Association 



208,858 

325,062 

12,952 

35,397 

28,165 



48,576 



659.010 
12,582 



671,592 



1,241,457 

116,094 

87,226 

315,181 

41,893 

1.801,851 



174,959 

13,577 

2,845 

170,013 
24.085 



385.479 



483,444 
36,457 
130,218 
303,073 
301,941 

12,500 



1,267,633 



Personnel (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 541 ,046 

Employee benefits 43,510 

Transportation and communication 23,066 

Services . . ., 32,783 

Supplies and equipment 64,573 

704.978 

Less: Expenditure Refunds— Board and 
lodging at Ontario Forest Technical 

School 71,492 

633,486 
Information and Education (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 257,712 

Employee benefits 18,159 

Transportation and communication 32,1 19 

Services 89,775 

SuppHes and equipment 1 15.771 

513,536 

Junior Rangers (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages | 927,103 

Employee benefits 7.269 

Transportation and communication 16.714 

Services 125,512 

Supplies and equipment 476,745 

1.553.343 
Youth Corps (S.W.E.E.P.) (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 866,802 

Employee benefits 22,239 

Transportation and communication 18,557 

Services 79,104 

Supplies and equipment 63,385 

1,050.087 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 7,877,007 



222 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XI. — DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1102 

1 
2 


4,066,000 

13,824,000 

750,000 

20,531,000 

6,992,000 

2,285,000 


122,000 

790,000 

1.775,000 

414,000 


$ 

4,188,000 
14,614,000 

2,525,000 
20,945,000 

6,992,000 

2,285.000 


RESOURCE PROTECTION AND 
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

Program Administration 

Forest Protection 


$ 

4,187,894 
14 558 386 


3 
4 
5 
6 


Extra Fire Fighting 

Timber 

Lands 

Research 

Total for Resource Protection 
AND Development 


2,524,959 

20,617.850 

6,729,798 

2,276,899 




48,448,000 


3,101,000 


51,549,000 


50,895,786 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities required for the prevention, detection and suppression of 
forest fires, pests and diseases, together with the provision of transportation and communication 
services; sale and licensing of crown timber, tree production and distribution, maintenance of a 
forest resources inventory, silvicultural operations and forestry services for landowners; the disposition 
of Crown lands, land use planning, Crown surveys, and the design, construction and maintenance 
of water control installations ; and research services. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



223 



XL — DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS — Continued 

RESOURCE PROTECTION AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 1102 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1 ) 

Salaries and wages $ 3,129,098 

Employee benefits 257,668 

Transportation and communication 484,184 

Services 132,327 

Supplies and equipment 184,617 

4,187,894 

Forest Protection (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 9,522.020 

Employee benefits 575,041 

Transportation and communication 501,822 

Services 565,236 

Supplies and equipment 3,394,267 

14.558,386 

Extra Fire Fighting (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 ,206,535 

Employee benefits 11 ,097 

Transportation and communication 47,394 

Services 659,922 

Supplies and equipment 600,011 

2,524,959 

Timber (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 13,159,757 

Employee benefits 741,536 

Transportation and communication 596,770 

Services 4,129,443 

Supplies and equipment 2,308,361 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. . . 27,372 
Transfer payments 

Grants to MunicipaUties and 

Conservation Authorities 142,793 

21,106,032 
Less : Interdepartmental Charges Access 

Roads 488,182 



20,617.850 



Lands (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 3,379,637 

Employee benefits 214,539 

Transportation and communication 183,513 

Services 2,364,248 

Supplies and equipment 607,1 18 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. . . 5,468 
Transfer payments 

Grant to Association of 

Ontario Land Surveyors. . . $ 200 

Annuities and Bonuses to 

Indians 44,096 44,296 

6,798,819 

Less: Expenditure Refunds Access Roads. ... 69,021 

6,729,798 

Research (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 ,734,460 

Employee benefits 120,51 1 

Transportation and communication 97,116 

Services 81,792 

Supplies and equipment 243,020 

2,276.899 

Total for Resource Protection 

AND Development Program $ 50.895.786 



224 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XL — DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1103 

1 


$ 

2,059.000 

8,671,000 

22,914,000 


$ 

34,000 
400,000* 


$ 

2,093,000 

9,071,000 

22,914,000 


RECREATION PROGRAM 

Program Administration 


$ 
2,076,056 


2 


Fish and Wildlife 


8,863,645 


3 


Parks 

Loans under The Fisheries Loans Act 

Total for Recreation 


22,810,625 


S 


33,644,000 
500,000 


434,000 


34,078,000 
500,000 


33,750,326 
320,344 




34,144,000 


434,000 


34,578,000 


34,070,670 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities required for the management of fish and wildlife resources 
and recreational lands of the Province, together with the acquisition and development of land. 

♦Includes Special Warrant— $50,000. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



225 



XI. — DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS — Continued 
RECREATION PROGRAM — VOTE 1103 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Program Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 ,453,047 

Employee benefits 118, 401 

Transportation and communication 230,168 

Services 191,125 

Supplies and equipment 83,315 



2,076,056 



Fish and Wildlife (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 6,064,176 

Employee benefits 424,855 

Transportation and communication 396,294 

Services 783,485 

Supplies and equipment 1,145,028 

Transfer payments 

Jack Miner Migratory Bird 

Foundation, Inc $ 3,000 

Ontario Waterfowl 

Research Foundation 5,000 

Ontario Council of 

Commercial Fisheries 5,000 

* Reimbursement to the Federal 
Government 

one-half of the cost of pur- 
chasing contaminated fish 
from certain bodies of 
water affected by mercury 
pollution 36,807 49,807 



Disbursements 

Loans under The Fisheries Loans Act . 



8,863,645 

320,344 

9,183,989 



Parks (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 8,188,451 

Employee benefits 378,225 

Transportation and communication 331,472 

Services 1,978,031 

Supplies and equipment 2,901,273 

Acquisition/Construction of physical 

assets 9,033,173 

22,810,625 

Total for Recreation Program $ 34,070,670 



*Special Warrant 



XII. 



OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Expenditure 

Office of Lieutenant Governor 229 

Office of Lieutenant Governor 230 

Summary 228 



[227] 



228 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XII. — OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970-71 

Actual 


Programs 


1971 


-72 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
36,065 


Office of Lieutenant Governor 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total General Expenditure 


$ 
40,000 


38,892 


36,065 


40,000 


38,892 


36,065 


40,000 


38,892 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



229 



XII. — OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1201 

1 


$ 
40,000 


$ 


$ 
40,000 


OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT 
GOVERNOR PROGRAM 

Office of Lieutenant Governor 


$ 

38 892 




Total for Office of Lieutenant 
Governor 






40,000 




40,000 


38,892 



Program description: 

This program provides the administrative services required by His Honour the Lieutenant 
Governor of Ontario. 



230 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XII. — OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR — Continued 

OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR PROGRAM — VOTE 1201 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Office of Lieutenant Governor (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Other transactions 

Allowance for contingencies 

Total for Office of Lieutenant 
Governor Program $ 



17,879 
1.013 



20.000 



38.892 



XIIL 



MANAGEMENT BOARD 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Statement of Expenditure 

Management Board Secretariat 233 

Committee on Government Productivity 235 

Statutory 233 

Summary 232 



[231] 



232 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIII. — MANAGEMENT BOARD 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970 71 


Programs 


1971-72 


Actual 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
1,527,752 
489,922 


Management Board Secretariat 
Committee on Government Productivity 
Department Total 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 

TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total General Expenditure 


$ 
2,047,100 
1,659,000 


$ 
1,781,702 
1,298,353 


2,017,674 


3,706,100 


3,080,055 
2,418 


2,017,674 


3,706,100 


3,077,637 


2,017,674 


3,706,100 


3,080,055 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIII. — MANAGEMENT BOARD — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



233 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



2501 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



160.000 
684,200 
863,600 
123,300 
101,900 

100.000 



2.033,000 



2,033,000 



66,000 



(101,900) 
50,000 



14,100 



226,000 
684,200 
863,600 
123,300 

(Transferred to 
Department of 
Civil Service) 

150,000 



2,047,100 



14,100 



2.047.100 



MANAGEMENT BOARD 
SECRETARIAT PROGRAM 

General Administration 

Programs and Estimates 

Management Services 

Program Review 

Staff Relations 

Implementation of Recommendations of 
the Committee on Government 
Productivity 

Minister's Salary 

Total for Management Board 
Secretariat 



200,448 
536,373 
778,599 
118,338 



145.526 



.779,284 
2,418 



1,781,702 



Program description: 

The Management Board Secretariat provides the staf¥ assistance required by the Management Board, 
which is the Committee of the Executive Council responsible for co-ordinating the financial and administra- 
tive operations of the Government. The Board reviews all departmental submissions with financial or 
administrative implications, including program proposals, annual estimates, new legislation and regulations 
as well as organizational changes. The Management Board Secretariat co-ordinates the preparation of 
the multi-year plans and the Estimates, represents the Government in its collective bargaining with the 
employee associations, and provides advisory services in various areas to departments. 



234 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIII. — MANAGEMENT BOARD — Continued 
MANAGEMENT BOARD SECRETARIAT PROGRAM — VOTE 2501 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



200,448 
2,418 



202,866 



General Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 81 ,727 

Employee benefits 4,359 

Transportation and communication 4,853 

Services 104,127 

Supplies and equipment 5,382 

Minister's Salary 

Programs and Estimates (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 479,090 

Employee benefits 39,410 

Transportation and communication 7,691 

Services 3,276 

Supplies and equipment 6,906 

Management Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 694,351 

Employee benefits 53,489 

Transportation and communication 12,340 

Services 8,961 

Supplies and equipment 9,458 



536,373 



778,599 



Program Review (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 106,111 

Employee benefits 8,644 

Transportation and communication 709 

Services 2,620 

Supplies and equipment 254 



118,338 



Implementation of Recommendations of 
the Committee on Government Productivity 
(Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 81 ,957 

Employee benefits 5,536 

Transportation and communication 1 ,632 

Services 51,131 

Supplies and equipment 5,270 

145,526 

Total for Management Board 

Secretariat Program $ 1,781,702 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



235 



XIII. — MANAGEMENT BOARD — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


- Total 


Actual 


2502 

1 
2 


$ 

1,159,000 
500,000 


$ 


$ 

1,159,000 
500,000 


COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT 
PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAM 

Productivity Improvement 

Project — General 

Productivity Improvement 

Project — Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission of Ontario 


% 

909,614 
388 739 




Total for Committee on 

Government Productivity 






1,659,000 




1,659,000 


1,298,353 

1 



Program description: 

The Committee on Government Productivity is conducting an inquiry into all matters pertaining 
to the management of the Public Service of Ontario and to make such recommendations as, in its 
opinion, will improve the efficiency and the effectiveness of the Public Service of Ontario. 



236 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIII. — MANAGEMENT BOARD — Continued 
COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT PRODUCTIVITY PROGRAM 



VOTE 2502 



Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Productivity Improvement Project — 
General (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 164,263 

Employee benefits 2,595 

Transportation and communication 17,280 

Services 720,038 

Supplies and equipment 5,438 



909,614 



Productivity Improvement Project — 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 

(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 56,869 

Employee benefits 1,184 

Transportation and communication 23,744 

Services 304,265 

Supplies and equipment 2,677 

388,739 

Total for Committee on Government 

Productivity Program $ 1,298,353 



XIV. 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 238 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 240 

Provincial Geological Services 242 

Mine Safety and Public Protection 244 

General Services for Mining Public 246 

Northern Affairs 248 

Ontario Energy Board 250 

Statutory 240, 244 

Special Warrant 246 

Summary 239 



[237] 



238 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

The Damage by Fumes Arbitration Act 10,774 

Other 4,889 15,663 

Taxation 

Profits 13.322,701 

Acreage 643,044 13,965,745 

Royalties 

Sand and gravel 447,749 

Gas and oil 202,788 

Salt 141,686 792,223 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Recording and abstracts 399,156 

Cable testing 63,355 

Miners 63,212 

Fihng 56,684 

Sampling and assaying 41 ,666 

Other 35,479 659,552 

Public Domain 

Gas leases 321,804 

Mining leases 130,242 

Licences of occupation 121,905 573,951 

Sales — Land and Buildings 

Mining lands 908 

Sales — Other 

Prints, maps and reports 48,000 

Record books 2,057 50,057 

Facilities 

Perquisites 1 ,60 1 

Miscellaneous 

Forfeited securities 5,285 

Other 56 5.341 



General Revenue 16.065,041 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



239 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971 


-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


1,613,230 


Departmental Administration 


1,500,000 


1,271,768 


2,397,064 


Provincial Geological Services 


3,742,000 


2,797,177 


974,784 


Mine Safety and Public Protection 


1,126,000 


1,126,267 


4,875,337 


General Services for Mining Public 


6,099,900 


5,816,531 




Northern Affairs 


774,000 


717,550 


219,591 


Ontario Energy Board 


236,000 


199,758 


253 


Special Warrant 

Department Total 






10,080,259 


13,477.900 


11,929,051 


15,000 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


16,000 


91,632 


10,065,259 


13,461,900 


11,837,419 








10,080,259 


Total General Expenditure 


13,477,900 


11,929,051 



240 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1301 

2 
3 


$ 

162,300 

1,241,700 

81,000 


$ 


$ 

162,300 

1,241,700 

81,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Offices of the Minister and Deputy 

Finance and Administration 

Personnel Administration 


160,186 

1,026,672 

69,473 




Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


S 

s 


1,485,000 
15,000 




1,485,000 
15,000 


1,256,331 

15,000 

437 




1,500,000 




1,500,000 


1,271,768 



Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying support services for the operating programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



241 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 1301 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Offices of the Minister and Deputy 
(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 107,204 

Employee benefits 8,331 

Transportation and communication 37,748 

Services 6,102 

Supplies and equipment 801 

160,186 

Minister's Salary 15,000 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 437 

175,623 

Finance and Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 525,398 

Employee benefits 41 ,638 

Transportation and communication 140,190 

Services 144,649 

Supplies and equipment 174,797 

1.026.672 



Personnel Administration (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 53,276 

Employee benefits 3,951 

Transportation and communication 7,767 

Services 4,074 

Supplies and equipment 405 

69,473 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 1,271,768 



242 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



1302 



2,524,500 
217,500 

1,000,000 



3,742,000 



2,524,500 
217,500 

1,000,000 



3,742,000 



PROVINCIAL GEOLOGICAL 
SERVICES PROGRAM 

Geological Services 

Laboratory Services for Departmental 
Geologists 

Shared Exploration Costs 

Total for Provincial Geological 
Services 



2,462,202 

204,309 
130,666 



2,797,177 



Program description: 

The mining industry in Ontario is aided in its development through this program. A proportion of 
the total cost of operating the analytical and mineralogical laboratory in Toronto is allocated to this 
program on the basis of the anticipated work. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



243 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 

PROVINCIAL GEOLOGICAL SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 1302 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Geological Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1.551,280 

Employee benefits 103,824 

Transportation and communication 175,075 

Services 360,444 

Supplies and equipment 271,579 



2.462,202 



Laboratory Services for Departmental 
Geologists (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 150,669 

Employee benefits 1 1,940 

Transportation and communication 780 

Services 2,200 

Supplies and equipment 38,720 



204,309 



Shared Exploration Costs (Item 3) 
Services $ 130,666 

Total for Provincial Geological 

Services Program $ 2,797,177 



244 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1303 








MINE SAFETY AND PUBLIC 
PROTECTION PROGRAM 




1 


1,107.500 




1,107,500 


Mine Inspection 


1,049,652 


2 


17.500 




17,500 


Research 


420 




1.125,000 




1,125,000 


1,050.072 


S 


1,000 




1,000 


Mine Rescue Stations 

Total for Mine Safety and 

Public Protection 


76,195 




1,126,000 




1,126,000 


1.126,267 









Program description: 

This program includes the administration of Part IX of The Mining Act and The Energy Act. as 
amended and research for the protection of operating staff of mining companies and the general public. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



245 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 
MINE SAFETY AND PUBLIC PROTECTION PROGRAM — VOTE 1303 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Mine Inspection (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 759,901 

Employee benefits 60,222 

Transportation and communication 105,105 

Services 94,474 

Supplies and equipment 29,950 

1,049,652 
Mine Rescue Stations — The Mining Act 76,195 

1,125,847 



Research (Item 2) 



Services , 



420 



Total for Mine Safety and Public 

Protection Program $ 1,126,267 



246 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1304 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


739,200 

294,100 

56,700 

6,000 

5,000,000 


% 

1,400* 
2,500 


1 

740,600 

294,100 

59,200 

6,000 

5,000,000 


GENERAL SERVICES FOR 
MINING PUBLIC PROGRAM 

Mining Lands 

Laboratories 

Judicial Services re Mining Lands 

Research 

Access to Resources 


$ 

730.392 

276.414 

58.035 

4,751,690 




Total for General Services for 
Mining Public 






6,096,000 


3,900 


6,099,900 


5,816,531 



Program description: 

The functions performed within this program are : making available Crown Land for mining purposes ; 
encouraging the exploitation of the mineral potential of the Province; providing services, data and 
research and access roads, which will foster efficient exploration of mineral deposits; protecting Crown 
land and other areas of Crown responsibility from harmful exploration and treatment ; taking back to 
the Crown mining lands that are forfeited; providing quasi- judicial services in the event of conflict of 
public interests, and providing laboratory services for the public. The Laboratory activity includes the 
cost of operating the Temiskaming Testing Laboratory in Cobalt, plus a proportion of the cost of 
operating the analytical and mineralogical laboratory in Toronto. 

*Special Warrant— $1,400 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



247 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 

GENERAL SERVICES FOR MINING PUBLIC PROGRAM — VOTE 1304 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Mining Lands (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payment 
*Reimbursing Fano Mining and Exploration 
Inc., who has a special claim against the 
Department 

Laboratories (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



577,967 
45,400 
39,729 
32,028 
33,868 



1,400 



730,392 



218,091 

17,284 

1,156 

1,866 

38,017 



276,414 



Judicial Services re Mining Lands (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 47,927 

Employee benefits 3,798 

Transportation and communication 864 

Services 4,072 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,374 

58,035 



Access to Resources (Item 5) 
Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . $ 4,751,690 



Total for General Services for 

Mining Public Program $ 5,816,531 



"Special Warrant 



248 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



1305 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



774,000 



774,000 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



774,000 



Program and Activities 



NORTHERN AFFAIRS PROGRAM 

Northern Affairs 



774,000 Total for Northern Affairs 



Actual 



717,550 



717,550 



Program description: 

The functions performed within this program are to provide a co-ordinating service for government 
programs in Northern Ontario, in order to simplify the preliminary contacts of the individuals and 
municipalities in the north, with the appropriate government department at Queen's Park. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



249 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 

NORTHERN AFFAIRS PROGRAM — VOTE 1305 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Northern Affairs (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 552,082 

Employee benefits 43,752 

Transportation and communication 74,241 

Services 23,845 

Supplies and equipment 23,630 

717,550 

Total for Northern Affairs 

Program $ 717,550 



250 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1306 

1 


$ 
236,000 


$ 


$ 
236,000 


ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD 
PROGRAM 

Ontario Energy Board 

Total for Ontario Energy Board . . . 


$ 
199,758 




236,000 




236,000 


199,758 



Program description: 

This program provides for the regulation of natural gas rates and the granting of certificates of pubhc 
convenience; construction of pipe lines and municipal franchises, etc., and for expanding studies of rates 
of return on capital costs and the gas supply and storage requirements of the province. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



251 



XIV. — DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD PROGRAM — VOTE 1306 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Ontario Energy Board (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 159,507 

Employee benefits 12,641 

Transportation and communication 5,729 

Services . . ., 19,006 

Supplies and equipment 2,875 

199,758 

Total for Ontario Energy Board 

Program $ 199,758 



XV. 



\ 



DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 254 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 256 

Provincial Assessment 258 

Planned Development of Municipalities 260 

Effective Local Government 262 

Ontario Municipal Board 264 

Assessment Review Court 266 

Tax Diminution 268 

Statutory 256, 268 

Special Warrants 268 

Summary 255 



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254 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 



Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Redevelopment recoveries 184,138 

Realty taxes, etc 141 ,412 

Drainage 17,260 



Fees, Licences and Permits 

Ontario Municipal Board hearings 480,043 

Auditor 1,880 



Sales — Land and Buildings 

Sales — Other 

Publications and maps 

Facilities 

Northern Data Centre 121,435 

Sewage and water 14,070 

Redevelopment rent 962 



Miscellaneous 



General Revenue 



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255 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 




Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


1,318,229 


Departmental Administration 


1,700,000 


1,627,379 


25.405,872 


Provincial Assessment 


32,902,000 


31,400,450 


8,381,671 


Planned Development of Municipalities 


8,437,000 


7,046,490 


2,864,939 


Effective Local Government 


5,715,500 


5,275,080 


897,438 


Ontario Municipal Board 


1,039,500 


1,039.369 


871,368 


Assessment Review Court 


1,132,000 


1,130,738 


222,373,214 


Tax Diminution 


292,521,727 


278,767,639 


557,946 


Special Warrants 

Department Total 






262,670,677 


343,447,727 


326,287,145 


21,438,966 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


358,000 


357.754 


241,231,711 


343,089,727 


325,929.391 








262,090,366 


Total General Expenditure 


325,907,044 


325.810.274 


580,311 


Total Disbursements {See Disbursements and Charges and 
Debt Transactions — Retirements, page 26) 


17,540,683 


476,871 


262,670,677 


343.447,727 


326,287,145 



256 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1401 

2 
3 


$ 

383,800 
64,400 
472,200 
334,900 
318,300 
111,400 


$ 


$ 

383,800 
64,400 
472,200 
334,900 
318,300 
111,400 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 

General Administration 

Office Services 


$ 

343,368 

60,165 

466 416 


4 


Personnel Services 


324,902 


5 
6 


Departmental Accounts 

Legal Services 

Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


314,413 
106,108 


S 


1,685,000 
15,000 




1,685,000 
15,000 


1,615,372 
12,007 




1,700,000 




1,700,000 


1,627,379 



Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying administrative and support services for 
the operating programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



257 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 1401 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

General Administration (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Office Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



275,687 
19,484 
13,843 
11,408 
22,946 



343,368 
12.007 



355,375 



49,526 
3,483 
4,689 
1,066 
1.401 



60,165 



266,530 
19,557 
67,763 
73,093 
39,473 



466,416 



Personnel Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 201 ,903 

Employee benefits 15,845 

Transportation and communication 12,923 

Services 84,687 

Supplies and equipment 9,544 

324,902 

Departmental Accounts (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 266,065 

Employee benefits 19,523 

Transportation and communication 5,390 

Services 6,794 

Supplies and equipment 16,641 

314,413 

Legal Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 91 ,467 

Employee benefits 7,619 

Transportation and communication 4,168 

Services 1 ,480 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,374 

106,108 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 1,627,379 



258 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1402 

1 
2 


285,300 

962,400 

540,800 

31,113,500 


$ 


$ 

285,300 

962,400 

540,800 

31,113,500 


PROVINCIAL 
ASSESSMENT PROGRAM 

Office of the Executive Director 

Assessment Education 


$ 

261,785 
811,875 


3 


Assessment Standards 


500 957 


4 


Assessment Field Services 


29,825,833 




Total for Provincial Assessment. . . . 






32,902,000 




32,902,000 


31,400,450 



Program description: 

This program consists of the valuation of all real property at market value and provides a basis 
of assessment for taxable property and distribution of grants. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



259 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

PROVINCIAL ASSESSMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 1402 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Office of the Executive Director 
(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to The Institute of 

Municipal Assessors 



101,549 
7,166 

22,192 
108,315 

17,563 



5,000 



261,785 



Assessment Education (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 640,639 

Employee benefits 30,754 

Transportation and communication 27,383 

Services 39,336 

Supplies and equipment 73,763 



811,875 



Assessment Standards (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 388,446 

Employee benefits 29,700 

Transportation and communication 34,493 

Services 29,833 

Supplies and equipment 18,485 



500.957 



Assessment Field Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 23,237,951 

Employee benefits 1 ,695,397 

Transportation and communication 2,106,005 

Services 2,220,398 

Supplies and equipment 566,082 

29,825,833 

Total for Provincial 

Assessment Program $ 31,400,450 



t 



260 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 
Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




1 


1403 








PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OF 
MUNICIPALITIES PROGRAM 




J 


263,700 




263,700 


Office of the Director 


254,419 


2 


6,454,200 




6,454,200 


Administration of The Planning Act 


5,774,627 


3 


303,300 




303,300 


Promotion of Planning Function 


232,746 


4 


1,415,800 




l,4r5,800 


Research and Special Studies 

Total for Planned Development 
OF Municipalities 


784,698 




8,437,000 




8,437,000 


7,046 490 









Program description: 

This program includes the administration of The Planning Act, including defining planning areas; 
promotion of the concept of community planning in all municipalities through publications, conferences 
and meetings; research to increase understanding of community planning; provision of a planning and 
development advisory service and assistance to municipalities, other Department branches and 
organizations. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



261 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

PLANNED DEVELOPMENT OF MUNICIPALITIES PROGRAM— VOTE 1403 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Office of the Director (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 131 ,526 

Employee benefits 7,471 

Transportation and communication 11,278 

Services 90,008 

Supplies and equipment 14,136 



254,419 



Administration of The Planning Act 

(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 ,079,059 

Employee benefits 74,144 

Transportation and communication 69,008 

Services 25,891 

Supplies and equipment 37,504 

Transfer payments 

Urban renewal $ 4,381 .616 

Grants in support of local 

planning activity 107,405 4,489,021 



5,774,627 



Promotion of Planning Function (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Planning Grants 

Community Planning 

Association of Canada 

Research and Special Studies (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets 

Wasaga Beach Park-Community Project.. . 
Transfer payments 

Townsite development payments 

Total for Planned Development 
OF Municipalities Program $ 



162,995 
11,816 
21,776 
19,620 
10,539 



6,000 



232,746 



342,555 
22,754 
10,781 
65,992 
21,851 

58,740 

262,025 

784,698 



7,046,490 



262 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



1404 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



615,600 
534,900 
842,800 
692,800 

2,010,700 
485,200 



5,182,000 



34.500 



348,500 



150,500 



533,500 



615,600 

569,400 

842,800 

1,041,300 

2,161,200 
485.200 



5,715,500 



EFFECTIVE LOCAL 
GOVERNMENT PROGRAM 

Systems Development 

Municipal Accounting 

Municipal Finance 

Municipal Subsidies 

Municipal Organization and 

Administration 

Municipal Research 

Total for Effective Local 
Government 



405,727 

568,773 

730,348 

1,010,256 

2,134,114 
425,862 



5,275,080 



Program description: 

Financial and technical services are made available through this program to assist in providing 
effective local government. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



263 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

EFFECTIVE LOCAL GOVERNMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 1404 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Systems Development (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 108,867 

Employee benefits 7,908 

Transportation and communication 2,559 

Services 277,748 

Supplies and equipment 8,645 



405,727 



Municipal Accounting (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages I 383,183 

Employee benefits 28,209 

Transportation and communication 52,287 

Services 84,861 

Supplies and equipment 20,233 



568,773 



Municipal Finance (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 495,707 

Employee benefits 38,081 

Transportation and communication 13,217 

Services 138,762 

Supplies and equipment 44,581 



730,348 



Municipal Subsidies (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 656,259 

Employee benefits 29,990 

Transportation and communication 83,120 

Services 205,906 

Supplies and equipment 34,981 



1,010,256 



Municipal Organization and Administration 

(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Moosonee Development 

Area Board $ 210,500 

Ontario Municipal 

Association 5,000 

Northwest Ontario 

Association 1 ,500 

Ontario Association of 

Rural Municipalities 1 ,000 

Ontario Association of 

Mayors and Reeves 5,000 

Association of Counties and 

Regions of Ontario 6,000 

Canadian Federation of 
Mayors of Municipalities 
and International Union of 

Local Authorities 38,768 

District Municipality of 

Muskoka 25,000 

Regional Municipality of 

York 1,176,106 

Regional Municipality of 

Niagara 280.283 

Municipal Research (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to municipalities for 

regional studies 

Total for Effective Local — 

Government Program | 



282,261 

27,749 

41,750 

23,759 

9,438 



1.749,157 



2,134,114 



188,920 
13,414 
12,647 

159,028 
12,887 



38.966 



425,862 



5.275.080 



264 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1405 

1 


1 
984,000 


$ 
55,500 


$ 
1,039,500 


ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD 
PROGRAM 

Ontario Municipal Board 

Total for Ontario Municipal 

Board 


$ 
1,039,369 




984,000 


55,500 


1,039,500 


1,039,369 



Program description: 

The Board performs a quasi- judicial function as arbitrator in the estabhshment of sound 
municipal development. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



265 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD PROGRAM — VOTE 1405 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Ontario Municipal Board (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 837,430 

Employee benefits 63,112 

Transportation and communication 57,067 

Services 55,012 

Supplies and equipment 26,748 

Total for Ontario Municipal 

Board Program % 1,039,369 



266 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1406 

1 


$ 
1,023,000 


109,000 


$ 
1,132,000 


ASSESSMENT REVIEW COURT 
PROGRAM 

Assessment Review Court 


$ 
1,130,738 




Total for Assessment Review 

Court 






1,023,000 


109,000 


1,132,000 


1,130,738 



Program description: 

The Assessment Review Court is the first court of appeal to hear objections to property assessments. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



267 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

ASSESSMENT REVIEW COURT PROGRAM — VOTE 1406 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Assessment Review Court (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 787,080 

Employee benefits 34,563 

Transportation and communication 122,469 

Services 137,246 

Supplies and equipment 49,380 

Total for Assessment Review 

Court Program $ 1,130,738 



268 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1407 

1 


292,097,000 


81,727* 


$ 
292,178,727 


TAX DIMINUTION PROGRAM 

Tax Diminution 

Tax Diminution 

Total for Tax Diminution 


$ 
278,421,892 


S 


292,097,000 
343,000 


81,727 


292,178,727 
343,000 


278,421,892 
345,747 




292,440,000 


81,727 


292,521,727 


278,767,639 









Program description: 

Through this program relief from municipal taxes is afforded to the property taxpayer by making 
payments, grants and loans to municipalities. 

* Special Warrants— $81,727. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



269 



XV. — DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

TAX DIMINUTION PROGRAM — VOTE 1407 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Tax Diminution (Item 1) 

Transfer payments 
The Municipal Unconditional 

Grants Act $ 27,264,569 

The Regional Municipal Grants Act 29,617,662 

The Assessment Act 8,635,303 

The Drainage Act 3,840,901 

The Residential Property Tax 
Reduction Act 

Main benefit $ 153,690,312 

Supplementary benefit for 
pensioners on minimum 
income 17,842,899 171,533,211 

The Municipal Tax Assistance Act 4,394,179 

Tax on lands used as Provincial Parks. . . . 166,355 
Provincial-Municipal Employment 

Incentive Program 32,418,745 

*Quinte Regional Detention Centre 64,044 

♦Balfour DowHng Flood Relief Fund 10,052 

277,945,021 

Disbursements 

Loans under The Municipal 
and School Tax Credit 

Assistance Act 471,188 

*Moosonee Development Area 

Board 5,683 476,871 

278,421,892 
Statutory Appropriations 

The Whirlpool Rapids Bridge 

Act $ 36,000 

The Lewiston-Queenston 

Bridge Act 20,000 

The Regional Municipality of 

Ottawa-Carleton Act 34,880 

The Regional Municipality of 

Niagara Act 19,932 

The District Municipality of 

Muskoka Act 217,065 

The Regional Municipality of 

York Act 17,870 345,747 

Total for Tax Diminution 

Program $ 278,767,639 

*Special Warrants 



XVI. 



DEPARTMENT OF PRIME MINISTER 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 272 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 274 

Statutory 274 

Summary 273 



[271] 



272 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XVI. — DEPARTMENT OF PRIME MINISTER 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

Sales 

Orders in Council 81 

Miscellaneous 73 

General Revenue 154 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



273 



XVI. — DEPARTMENT OF PRIME MINISTER 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970-71 


Programs 


1971 


-72 


Actual 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
518,571 


Departmental Administration 
Department Total 

Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total General Expenditure 


$ 
1.323,000 


$ 
1,203,167 


518,571 
20,000 


1,323,000 
20,000 


1,203,167 
27,254 


498,571 


1,303,000 


1,175,913 


518,571 


1,323,000 


1,203,167 



274 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XVI. — DEPARTMENT OF PRIME MINISTER — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1501 

1 
2 


$ 

418,000 
246,000 


$ 

277,000 
362,000 


$ 

695,000 
608,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Cabinet Office 


$ 

692,387 
483 526 




Prime Minister's Salary 

Provincial Secretaries' Salaries (three).. . 

Total for Departmental 
Administration 




S 
S 


664,000 
20,000 


639,000 


1,303,000 
20,000 


1,175,913 
20,000 

7,254 




684,000 


639,000 


1,323,000 


1,203,167 







Program description: 

This program provides administrative and staff services to the Prime Minister and Members of the 
Executive Council of Ontario; and from the 1st of January, 1972 it also provided administrative and 
staff services to the three Pohcy Fields, as recommended by the Committee on Government Productivity. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



275 



XVI. — DEPARTMENT OF PRIME MINISTER — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 1501 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Prime Minister's Salary 



515,896 
24,127 
41,595 
72,214 
38,555 



692,387 
20,000 



712,387 



Cabinet Office (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 367,978 

Employee benefits 21,551 

Transportation and communication 7,659 

Services 33,540 

Supplies and equipment 52,798 

483.526 

Provincial Secretaries' Salaries (three) 7,254 

490,780 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 1,203,167 



XVIL 



OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

FISCAL YEAR. 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Expenditure 

Administration of The Audit Act and Statutory Audits 279 

Statutory 279 

Summary 278 



[277] 



278 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XVII. — OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 


1971 


-72 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 
988,903 


Administration of The Audit Act and Statutory Audits 
Department Total 

Less : Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total General Expenditure 


1 
1,200,000 


$ 
1,131,338 


988,903 
36,097 


1,200,000 
37,500 


1,131,338 
38,096 


952,806 


1,162,500 


1,093,242 


988,903 


1,200,000 


1,131,338 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



279 



XVII. — OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


' Total 


Actual 


1601 

1 


$ 
1,162,500 


$ 


$ 
1,162,500 


ADMINISTRATION OF THE 

AUDIT ACT AND STATUTORY 

AUDITS 

Office of Provincial Auditor 

Provincial Auditor's Salary 

Total for Administration of The 
Audit Act and Statutory Audits. . 


$ 
1,093,242 


S 


1,162,500 
37,500 




1,162,500 
37,500 


1,093,242 
38,096 




1,200,000 




1,200,000 


1,131,338 



Program description: 

This program carries out the statutory requirements imposed under The Audit Act and other Statutes 
of the Province. In addition to the audit of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, this program includes the 
audit of Departmental, Ministerial and Quasi- Judicial Agencies. 



280 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XVII. — OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR — Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF THE AUDIT ACT AND STATUTORY AUDITS — VOTE 1601 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Office of Provincial Auditor (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 975,225 

Employee benefits 79,226 

Transportation and communication 16,524 

Services 9,944 

Supplies and equipment 12,323 

1,093.242 
Provincial Auditor's Salary 38,096 

1.131,338 

Total for Administration of The 
Audit Act and Statutory Audits 
Program $ 1.131,338 



XVIII 



DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 
AND CITIZENSHIP 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 282 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 284 

Community Services Program 286 

Registrar General 288 

Legislative Services 290 

Statutory 284, 288, 290 

Summary 283 



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282 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

III 
Fees, Licences and Permits 

Commissions 53,021 

Miscellaneous searches, certificates, etc 41 ,883 

Sessional service 24,382 

Private bills 19,676 138,962 

Facilities 

Perquisites 2,982 

Miscellaneous 483 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Training for citizenship — teachers' salaries 260,097 

Canada Assistance Plan — Community Development. . 150,319 

— Indian Community 34,089 184,408 

Indian Community — salaries, travelling, grants and maintenance. . 97,711 542,216 

Registrar General 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Searches and certificates of births, marriages and deaths 781,437 

Marriage licences 417,41 1 

Civil marriages 80,984 

Registration of change of name 4,439 1,284,271 

Miscellaneous 7 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Subvention re statistical work 31,529 



General Revenue 2,000,450 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



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XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







197] 


-72 


1970 71 


Programs 






Actual 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


% 


654,506 


Departmental Administration 


1,532,500 


1,452,432 


2,768,015 


Community Services 


3,302,500 


3,256,087 


1,350,188 


Registrar General 


1,510,000 


1,468,556 


4,739,029 


Legislative Services 

Department Total 


4,998,500 


10,717,777 


9,511,738 


11,343,500 


16,894,852 


165,280 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


38,000 


5,807,905 


9,346,458 


11,305.500 


11,086,947 








9,511,738 


Total General Expenditure 


11,343,500 


16,894.852 



284 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




1 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1701 








DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 




1 


176,000 




176,000 


Main Office 


173,333 


2 


378,500 




378,500 


Financial and Administrative Services.. . 


363,981 


3 


112,400 




112,400 


Research 


109,387 


4 


731,100 




731,100 


Communications and Special Services . . . 


678,651 


5 


42,000 




42,000 


Ontario-Quebec Permanent Commission . 


38,698 


6 


30,000 


32.500 


62,500 


Ministers Without Portfolio 


62,112 










1,470,000 


32,500 


1,502,500 


1,426,162 


S 


15,000 




15,000 


Minister's Salary 


15,000 


S 


15,000 




15,000 


Ministers' Without Portfolio Salaries. . . . 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


11,270 




1,500,000 


32,500 


1,532,500 


1,452,432 









Program description: 

To supply Administration and Support Services for the Operating Programs including funds for 
Government Hospitality and Memorial Wreaths. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



285 



XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 1701 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 



131,400 
6,492 

11,673 
8,884 

14,884 



173,333 
15,000 



188,333 



Financial and Administrative Services 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 298,805 

Employee benefits 20,922 

Transportation and communication 5,698 

Services 20,361 

Supplies and equipment 18,195 



363,981 



Research (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 77,676 

Employee benefits 4,981 

Transportation and communication 4,465 

Services 15,768 

Supplies and equipment 6,497 



109,387 



Communications and Special Services 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Ontario-Quebec Permanent Commission 

(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Ministers Without Portfolio (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Ministers' Without Portfolio Salaries 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program % 



271,084 
14,474 
16,813 

314,780 
61,500 



678,651 



23,492 
1,320 
5,565 
5,705 
2,616 



38,698 



36,923 

367 

1,413 

4,301 

19,108 



62,112 
11,270 



73,382 



1,452,432 



286 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1702 

1 
2 
3 
4 


32,700 

1,234,600 

378,300 

1,625,400 


$ 

12,000 
19,500 


$ 

32,700 

1,234,600 

390,300 

1,644,900 


COMMUNITY SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Office of Executive Director 

Citizenship 

Community Development 

Indian Community 

Total for Community Services 


$ 

32,693 

1,190,716 

388,134 

1,644,544 




3,271,000 


31,500 


3,302,500 


3,256,087 



Program description: 

This Program provides such services as Language Training, assistance to Ethnic groups and new- 
comers; and support for community organizations. It also provides Community Services to Indian people. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



287 



XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 

COMMUNITY SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 1702 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Office of Executive Director (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 28,740 

Employee benefits 1 ,475 

Transportation and communication 1,227 

Services 142 

Supplies and equipment 1,109 



Citizenship (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Assistance for voluntary agencies servicing 
newcomers and grants for inter-group 
development 



Community Development (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Community Projects $ 119,500 

Grant to Ontario Conference 
of Local Government 10 000 



32,693 



716,558 
26,505 
38,520 

212,956 
48,077 



148,100 



1,190,716 



159,946 

8,744 

21,040 

49,880 

19.024 



129,500 



Indian Community (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Community Projects for 

Indian People as approved 

by the Lieutenant Governor- 

in-Council $ 1,100,000 

Grants and Assistance to 

Indian Organizations and 

Friendship Centres 150,000 

Total for Community Services 
Program $ 



260,648 
18.947 
72,568 
20,561 
21,820 



1,250,000 



1,644,544 



3,256,087 



388,134 



288 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1703 

1 


1,502,000 


$ 


1,502,000 


REGISTRAR GENERAL 
PROGRAM 

Registrar General 

Fees under The Vital Statistics Act 

Total for Registrar General 


$ 
1,468,026 


S 


1,502,000 
8,000 




1,502,000 
8,000 


1,468,026 
530 




1,510,000 




1,510,000 


1,468,556 



Program description: 

This program provides for the administration of The Marriage Act and for the collection and custody 
of all records required under The Vital Statistics Act and supplies information and statistics to interested 
parties as provided for in the Act. The services are administration, issuance of certificates, recording of 
vital events and provision of statistical data. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



289 



XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP 
REGISTRAR GENERAL PROGRAM — VOTE 1703 



Continued 



Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Registrar General (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,137,640 

Employee benefits 85,285 

Transportation and communication 57,972 

Services 150,940 

Supplies and equipment 36,189 

1,468,026 

Fees under The Vital Statistics Act 530 

Total for Registrar General 

Program $ 1,468,556 



290 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 


.... 
Actual 


Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


1704 

1 
2 
3 

4 

5 
6 


$ 

50,700 
302,300 
367,300 

138,200 

183,000 

3,664,500 


$ 

16,000 
276,500 


$ 

50,700 
302,300 
367,300 

154,200 

183,000 

3,941,000 


LEGISLATIVE SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Speaker 

Hansard 

Clerk of The Legislative Assembly and 
Chief Election Officer 

Legislative Library 

Legislative Post Office 

Sessional and Other Requirements 

The Elections Act 


$ 

47,417 
298,068 

351,002 

154,165 

172,852 

3,913,168 


s 








4,936,672 
5,781,105 




Total for Legislative Services 




4,706,000 


292,500 


4,998,500 


10,717,777 



Prgoram description: 

To provide The Legislative Assembly of Ontario with supporting services. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



291 



XVIII. — DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 

LEGISLATIVE SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 1704 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Speaker (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 30,457 

Employee benefits 2,510 

Transportation and communication 1 ,948 

Services 10,240 

Supplies and equipment 2,262 



47,417 



Hansard (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 240,771 

Employee benefits 21 ,845 

Transportation and communication 1 ,855 

Services 25,895 

Supplies and equipment 7,702 



298,068 



Clerk of the Legislative Assembly and 
Chief Election Officer (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 294,485 

Employee benefits 23,914 

Transportation and communication 847 

Services 17,211 

Supplies and equipment 14,545 



351,002 



Legislative Library (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 19,099 

Employee benefits 8,301 

Transportation and communication 942 

Services 4,524 

Supplies and equipment 21 ,299 

154.165 

Legislative Post Office (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 48,418 

Employee benefits 3,913 

Transportation and communication 117,110 

Services 2,273 

Supplies and equipment 1,138 

172,852 

Sessional and Other Requirements 

(Item 6) 

Salaries and wages f 2,958,585 

Employee benefits 9,413 

Transportation and communication 129,153 

Services 648,872 

Supplies and equipment 163,395 

Transfer payments 

Grant to Commonwealth Parliamentary 

Association 3,750 

3,913,168 

The Elections Act 5,781,105 

9,694.273 
Total for Legislative Services 

Program $ 10,717,777 



XIX, 



DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 294 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 296 

Provision of Accommodation 298 

Central Services 300 

Statutory 296 

Summary 295 



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294 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XIX. — DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 
Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Federal Sales Tax 708,537 

Queen's Printer — Government Stationery Account 330,863 

Other 162,159 

Sales — Land and Buildings 

Sales — Other 

Government publications 427,016 

Ontario Gazette — advertisements and subscriptions 49,724 

Materials 48,046 

Legislative Services — members' lounge 10,338 

Facilities 

Rentals— property 1,481,282 

less mortgage interest applied 22,303 1,458,979 

— parking areas 320,509 

Perquisites 1,215 

Miscellaneous 

General Revenue 





PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 




295 




XIX. — DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 






STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 






for the year ended March 31, 1972 




1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 


197] 


-72 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


1,748,562 


Departmental Administration 


1,947,500 


1,852,164 


98,270,337 


Provision of Accommodation 


128,044,000 


127.826,739 


4,143,080 


Central Services 

Department Total 


5.498,500 


5,388,467 


104,161,979 


135,490,000 


135,067,370 


15,000 


Less: Statutory Appropriation 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


15,000 


15,000 


104,146,979 


135,475,000 


135,052,370 








104,073,499 


Total General Expenditure 


135,396,000 


134,973.957 


88,480 


Total Charges {See Disbursements and Charges and Debt 
Transactions — Retirements, page 28) 


94,000 


93,413 


104,161,979 


135,490,000 


135,067,370 



296 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIX. — DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



1801 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



528,400 
228,300 
516,000 
131,400 
213,700 
226,200 



,844,000 
15,000 



,859,000 



68.500 



20,000 



88,500 



88.500 



528,400 
228,300 
584,500 
131,400 
233,700 
226,200 



1,932,500 
15.000 



,947,500 



DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Personnel Services 

Accounting Services 

Audit Services 

Management Systems 

Planning Services 

Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 



522,619 
226,027 
578,253 
80,761 
231,133 
198,371 



,837,164 
15,000 



1.852.164 



Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying administrative and support services required 
by the department's Government support programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



297 



XIX. — DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 1801 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



522,619 
15,000 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 306,078 

Employee benefits 131,610 

Transportation and communication 14,396 

Services 52,235 

Supplies and equipment 18,300 

Minister's Salary 

Personnel Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 189,965 

Employee benefits 16,696 

Transportation and communication 4,224 

Services 11,739 

Supplies and equipment 3,403 



537,619 



226.027 



Accounting Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 446,248 

Employee benefits 37,091 

Transportation and communication 1,323 

Services 72,681 

Supplies and equipment 20,910 



578,253 



Audit Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 68,394 

Employee benefits 7,740 

Transportation and communication 3,353 

Services 884 

Supplies and equipment 390 



Management Systems (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



80.761 



147,757 
13,548 

2,219 
57,740 

9,869 



231,133 



Planning Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 171,282 

Employee benefits 15,216 

Transportation and communication 6,162 

Services 2,943 

Supplies and equipment 2,768 

198,371 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 1,852,164 



298 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIX. — DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS - Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1802 

1 

2 


33,535,700 
65,565,000 
22,529,300 


$ 

3,433,000 
1,861,000 
1,120,000 


36,968,700 
67,426,000 
23,649,300 


PROVISION OF 
ACCOMMODATION PROGRAM 

Real Estate 

Design and Construction 


$ 

36,808,530 
67,404,217 


3 


Management of Buildings 

Total for Provision of 

Accommodation 


23,613,992 




121,630,000 


6,414,000 


128,044,000 


127.826,739 



Program description: 

This program provides accommodation for departments and agencies of the Ontario Government. The 
activities include the purchase and leasing of property including legal and surveying services, the design 
and construction of buildings, and the management and improvement of Ontario Government land 
and buildings. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



299 



XIX. — DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS — Continued 

PROVISION OF ACCOMMODATION PROGRAM — VOTE 1802 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Real Estate (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,235,098 

105,793 
308.187 



Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Insurance $ 106,366 

Rental Services, etc 23,163,178 

Other 3,190,388 



Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets 

Acquisition of land and buildings, etc. . . 
Charges 

Mortgage principal 



26.459,932 
577,649 

8,028,458 

93.413 

36,808,530 



Design and Construction (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 2.156,423 

Employee benefits 202,506 

Transportation and communication 79,013 

Services 30.042 

Supplies and equipment 25,234 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets 

Construction of buildings, etc 64,910,999 



67,404,217 



Management of Buildings (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 12,881,892 

Employee benefits 843,370 

Transportation and communication 525,594 

Services 4,295,021 

Supplies and equipment 5,068,1 15 

23,613,992 

Total for Provision of 

Accommodation Program $ 127,826,739 



300 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XIX. — DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


1803 








CENTRAL SERVICES PROGRAM 




1 


189,500 


9,000 


198,500 


Mailing Services 


197,489 


2 


549,100 


38,000 


587,100 


Printing, Publishing and 

Duplicating Services 


582,506 


3 


61,500 


27,500 


89,000 


Vehicle Repair and Trucking Services . . . 


87,024 


4 


2,998,200 


281,500 


3,279,700 


Telephone Services 


3,279,646 


5 


795,000 




795,000 


Government Exhibits .... 


733 609 


6 


84,000 


44,500 


128,500 


Stationery and Office Supplies 


122,767 


7 


187,700 




187,700 


General Supply Services 


166,739 


8 


233,000 




233,000 


Purchasing Services 

Total for Central Services 


218,687 




5,098,000 


400,500 


5,498,500 


5,388,467 



Program description: 

This program provides departments and agencies of the Ontario Government with particular 
administrative support services, and includes the Queen's Printer and Publisher. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



301 



XIX. — DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS — Continued 

CENTRAL SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 1803 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Mailing Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 196,804 

Employee benefits 15,325 

Transportation and communication 910,877 

Services 14,695 

Supplies and equipment 36,253 



Less: Recoveries from other Departments. 



1,173,954 
976,465 



Less: Recoveries from other Departments. 



197,489 



Printing, Publishing and Duplicating 

Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 792,320 

Employee benefits 64,920 

Transportation and communication 51,315 

Services 371 ,410 

Supplies and equipment 490,441 



1,770,406 
1.187.900 



582,506 



Vehicle Repair and Trucking Services 

(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 173,428 

Employee benefits 13,576 

Transportation and communication 3,458 

Services 21,087 

Supplies and equipment 31,357 

242,906 

Less: Recoveries from other Departments.. . . 155,882 





87,024 


Telephone Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 


$ 392,398 

32,686 

3,624,307 


Services 


16,877 


Supplies and equipment 


49,225 


Less: Recoveries from other Departments 


4,115,493 
835,847 




3,279,646 



Government Exhibits (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 51 ,425 

Employee benefits 3,162 

Transportation and communication 9,511 

Services 656,157 

Supplies and equipment 13,354 



733.609 



Stationery and Office Supplies 

(Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 93,332 

Employee benefits 6,609 

Transportation and communication 2,921 

Services 806 

Supplies and equipment 19,099 



122,767 



General Supply Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 134,750 

Employee benefits 12,594 

Transportation and communication 3,632 

Services 14,647 

Supplies and equipment 1,1 16 

166,739 



Purchasing Services (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages % 177,239 

Employee benefits 15,372 

Transportation and communication 12,010 

Services 3,723 

Supplies and equipment 10,343 

218,687 

Total for Central Services 

Program $ 5,388,467 



XX. 



DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 304 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 306 

Administration of Taxes 308 

Province of Ontario Savings Office 310 

Ontario Housing 312 

Statutory 306, 310, 312 

Summary 305 



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304 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XX. — DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Ontario Housing Corporation 2,683,737 

Taxation 

Government of Canada — 

Proportion of Estate Tax 25,677,250 

Proportion of Income Tax collected from privately-owned 

corporations operating public utilities 10,486,631 

Tax Rental Agreement, 1952-56 (52,899) 

Personal Income Tax Collection Agreement 1,022,110,847 

Retail Sales Tax 758,700,145 

Corporations Tax 432,854,435 

Gasoline Tax 395,910,812 

Tobacco Tax 79,538,937 

Succession Duty 73,235,814 

Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax 39,975,992 

Race Tracks Tax 19,937,023 

Land Transfer Tax 16,088,897 

Security Transfer Tax 6,719,317 

Logging Tax 637,210 

Hospitals Tax 3,017 2,881,823,428 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

The Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Act — registrants 1,979 

Profits from Trading Activities 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario — profits, gallonage fees, etc 219,744,108 

Miscellaneous 3,235 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Province of Ontario Savings Office — 

Refund of advances for operating expenses 1,676,599 

General Revenue 3,105,933,086 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



305 



XX.— DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970 71 


Programs 


1971 


-72 


Actual 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


1 




$ 


$ 


2,109,566 


Departmental Administration 


2,697,000 


2,449,983 


9,480,291 


Administration of Taxes 


11,333,000 


10,945,825 


1,546,910 

(Transferred from 
Department 
of Trade and 
Development) 


Province of Ontario Savings Office 
Ontario Housing 

Department Total 


1,548,000 
165,094,000 


1,676,599 
151,645,220 


13,136,767 


180,672,000 


166,717,627 


1,561,910 


Less : Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


2,263,000 


2,173,599 


11,574,857 


178,409,000 


164,544,028 








13,136,767 


Total General Expenditure 


38,441,000 


31.824,627 




Total Disbursements {See Disbursements and Charges and 
Debt Transactions — Retirements, page 26) 


142,231,000 


134,893,000 


13,136,767 


180,672,000 


166,717,627 



306 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XX.— DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE— Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



1901 

1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



322,000 
116,000 
149,000 
181,000 
67,000 
720,000 
234,000 
838.000 



2,627.000 
15,000 



2,642,000 



18,000 

8,000 
3,000 

26.000 



55,000 



55.000 



322.000 
134.000 
149,000 
189,000 
70,000 
720,000 
260,000 
838,000 



2,682.000 
15.000 



2,697,000 



DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Legal Services 

Operational Audit 

Accounts 

Library 

Office Services 

Personnel 

Systems and Programming 

Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 



290,021 
132,703 
125,274 
186,920 

68,989 

713,910 

254,501 

662,665 

2,434,983 

15.000 



2,449,983 



Program description: 

This program includes the Offices of the Minister and Deputy Minister of Revenue, as well as 
activities supplying administrative support services to the Department of Revenue, the Department 
of Treasury and Economics and Management Board. Examples of these activities are: legal services, 
personnel, departmental accounting, library, office services, etc. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



307 



XX.— DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE— Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM— VOTE 1901 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Legal Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Operational Audit (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Accounts (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



224,666 
17,487 
11,453 
21,676 
14.739 



290,021 
15,000 



305.021 



117,144 
8,540 
1,974 
2,466 
2,579 



132.703 



113,412 

8,656 

944 

1,094 

1,168 

125.274 



165,597 

13,435 

1,077 

3,217 

3,594 



186,920 



Library (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 49,203 

Employee benefits 3,560 

Transportation and communication 2,047 

Services 605 

Supplies and equipment 13.574 

68.989 

Office Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 190,751 

Employee benefits 15,532 

Transportation and communication 325,418 

Services 97,501 

Supplies and equipment 84,708 

713,910 

Personnel (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 183,462 

Employee benefits 21,539 

Transportation and communication 8,316 

Services 38,276 

Supplies and equipment 2,908 

254,501 

Systems and Programming (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 288,357 

Employee benefits 21 ,768 

Transportation and communication 6,065 

Services 344,376 

Supplies and equipment 2,099 

662.665 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 2,449,983 



308 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XX.— DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


1902 

1 


$ 

272,000 
2,312,000 
1,021,000 
1,316.000 
6,326,000 


$ 
86,000 


1 

272,000 
2,398,000 
1,021,000 
1,316,000 
6,326,000 


ADMINISTRATION OF TAXES 
PROGRAM 

Administration 


$ 
177 907 


2 
3 


Corporations and Logging Tax 

Gasoline and Tobacco Tax 


2,379,928 
944,601 


4 
5 


Succession Duty 

Retail Sales Tax and Other Taxes 

Total for Administration 

OF Taxes 


1,210,650 
6,232,739 




11,247,000 


86,000 


11,333,000 


10.945,825 



Program description: 

The administration of The Corporations Tax Act, The Logging Tax Act, The Gasoline Tax Act, 
The Motor Vehicle Fuel Tax Act, The Tobacco Tax Act, The Succession Duty Act, The Retail Sales 
Tax Act, The Land Transfer Tax Act, The Security Transfer Tax Act and The Race Tracks Tax Act 
are carried out within this program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



309 



XX.— DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE— Continued 

ADMINISTRATION OF TAXES PROGRAM— VOTE 1902 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 150,133 

Employee benefits 11 ,648 

Transportation and communication 11,199 

Services 657 

Supplies and equipment 4,270 

177,907 

Corporations and Logging Tax 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 2,083,248 

Employee benefits 167,026 

Transportation and communication 14,065 

Services 89,817 

Supplies and equipment 25,772 





2,379,928 


Gasoline and Tobacco Tax 

(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages 

Employee benefits . . 


.. $ 776,330 
64 090 


Transportation and communication 

Services 


79.370 
12 621 


Supplies and equipment 


12,190 




944.601 



Succession Duty (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 ,050,380 

Employee benefits 84,027 

Transportation and communication 40,013 

Services 24,919 

Supplies and equipment 11,311 

1,210.650 

Retail Sales Tax and Other Taxes 
(Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 5,111,448 

Employee benefits 419,548 

Transportation and communication 462,187 

Services 181 ,923 

Supplies and equipment 57,633 

6,232,739 

Total for Administration 

OF Taxes Program $ 10,945,825 



310 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XX. — DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE— Continued 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


S 


$ 
1,548,000 


$ 


$ 
1,548,000 


PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 
SAVINGS OFFICE PROGRAM 

(The Agricultural Development 
Finance Act) 

Administration 

Total for Province of Ontario 
Savings Office 


$ 
1,676,599 




1,548,000 




1,548.000 


1,676,599 



Program description: 

The Province of Ontario Savings Office operates twenty-one offices where deposits are received from 
the public and held in individual accounts on which interest is paid and cheques may be drawn. Funds 
in excess of day-to-day requirements are deposited in the Consolidated Revenue Fund. 

This statutory appropriation provides funds for the purposes indicated, pending reimbursement 
by the Province of Ontario Savings Office. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



311 



XX. — DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE— Continued 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE PROGRAM — STATUTORY 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Statutory) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,143,522 

Employee benefits 99,1 10 

Transportation and communication 16,603 

Services 377,923 

Supplies and equipment 39,441 

Total for Province of Ontario 

Savings Office Program $ 1,676,599 



312 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XX. — DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2206 

1 
2 
3 


$ 

(Transferred from 
Department 
of Trade and 
Development) 


$ 

3.192,700 

40,654,000 

120,547,300 


$ 

3,192,700 

40,654,000 

120,547,300 


ONTARIO HOUSING PROGRAM 

Administration 

Rental Housing 

Home Ownership 

Grants to assist in the erection of 

housing units for elderly persons 

Total for Ontario Housing 


$ 

3,049,193 

35,361,027 

112,753,000 


S 




164,394,000 
700,000 


164.394,000 
700,000 


151,163,220 
482,000 






165,094,000 


165,094,000 


151 645 220 









Program description: 

This program embraces the operations of the Ontario Housing Corporation, the Ontario Student 
Housing Corporation and Housing Corporation Limited. Its function is to co-ordinate the development 
and management of residential accommodation financed wnolly or in part by the Province of Ontario. 
The financial contribution of the Province includes a share of the cost of projects and a contribution 
towards the administrative cost of the corporations. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



313 



XX. — DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE — Continued 

ONTARIO HOUSING PROGRAM — VOTE 2206 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grants to assist in research studies con- 
cerning housing in aU its aspects applicable 
to the Province of Ontario by individuals 
or groups 



Less: Recoveries of administrative expenses.. 



1,268,363 
85,565 

264,975 
1,417,659 

151.046 



41,58J 

3,229,193 
180,000 

3,049,193 



Rental Housing (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 3,397,1 13 

Employee benefits 219,188 

Transportation and communication 365,452 

Services 288,489 

Supplies and equipment 166,644 

Transfer payments 

Provincial Share of Property Management 

Subsidies Family and Senior Citizens 

Housing 15,450,751 

Disbursements 

Advances for projects under 

The Ontario Housing 

Corporation Act $19,707,600 

Advances for projects under 

The Housing Development 

Act 2,432,400 22,140,000 



Less : Recoveries of administrative expenses . 



Grants to assist in the erection of housing 
units for elderly persons 



42,027,637 

6,666,610 

35,361,027 

482,000 

35,843.027 



Home Ownership (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages % 898,751 

Employee benefits 63,021 

Transportation and communication 53,480 

Services 134,446 

Supphes and equipment 35,980 

Disbursements 

Advances for projects under 

The Ontario Housing y^ 

Corporation Act ^19,653,000 

Advances to Housing \^ 

Corporation Limited to be nT*""^ « 

disbursed in the form of 

primary and secondary 

financing under the 

H.O.M.E. Plan, The 

Condominium Act 

and The Ontario 

Housing Corporation Act . . 93,100.000 112,753,000 



Less: Recoveries of administrative expenses. 



Total for Ontario Housing 
Program 



113,938,678 
1,185,678 

112,753,000 



$ 151,645,220 



XXI. 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 316 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 318 

Social Development 320 

Children's Services 323 

Statutory 318 

Special Warrants 323 

Summary 317 



[315] 



316 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XXI. — DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Canada Assistance Plan 4,367,650 

Indian Welfare Services Agreement 313,337 

Vocational Rehabilitation Agreement 296,950 4,977,937 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 43,978 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Day nurseries 5,930 

Facilities 

Recovery of maintenance from parents 196,851 

Rental of houses 1,842 198,693 

Miscellaneous 1,426 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Canada Assistance Plan 197,579,864 

Indian Welfare Services Agreement 2,962,438 

Vocational Rehabilitation Agreement 2,916,621 

Disabled Persons' Allowances Agreement 129,071 

BHnd Persons' Allowances Agreement 68,276 

Unemployment Assistance Agreement 53,610 

National Health and Welfare Training Grants 51,520 

203,761,400 

Other- 
Recovery of allowances from other provinces 12,040 203,773,440 

General Revenue 209,001,404 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



317 



XXI. — DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 
STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 




Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


3,383,014 


Departmental Administration 


4,414,000 


4,097,088 


260,637,186 


Social Development 


330,813,000 


327,136,505 


44,061,537 


Children's Services 
Department Total 


57,337,000 


52,525,176 


308,081,737 


392,564,000 


383,758,769 


15,000 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


15,000 


15,000 


308,066,737 


392,549,000 


383,743.769 








308,081,737 


Total General Expenditure 


392,564,000 


383,758,769 



318 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXI. — DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2001 

1 


483,000 
159,000 

22,000 
796,000 
458,000 
665,000 
117,000 

61,000 
1,556,000 


$ 
82,000 


1 

483,000 
241,000 

22,000 
796,000 
458,000 
665,000 
117,000 

61,000 
1,556,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 
480,347 


2 


Board of Review 


210,862 


3 
4 

5 
6 

7 


Soldiers' Aid Commission 

Regional Administration 

Research and Planning 

Personnel and Training Services 

Communication Services 


21,235 
751,869 
390,367 
576,478 
111,600 


8 
9 


Legal Services 

Financial and Administrative Services.. . 

Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 


58,639 
1,480,691 


S 


4,317,000 
15,000 


82,000 


4,399,000 
15,000 


4,082,088 
15,000 




4,332,000 


82,000 


4,414,000 


4,097,088 









Program description: 

This program provides for the overall administration of the Department, including the regional 
offices and the supporting staff services for the operational programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



319 



XXI. — DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 2001 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



480,347 
15,000 



495,347 



Main Office (Item 1 ) 

Salaries and wages $ 292,752 

Employee benefits 22,421 

Transportation and communication 12,565 

Services 16,852 

Supplies and equipment 36,357 

Transfer payments 

Canadian Council on Social 

Development $ 45,000 

Ontario Welfare Council 45,000 

Canadian Legion, Ontario 
Provincial Command- 
British Empire Service 

League 4,000 

Canadian Legion, Ontario 
Provincial Command- 
British Empire Service 

League, Poppy Fund 1,200 

Last Post Fund 1,000 

Royal Canadian Humane 

Association 200 

Salvation Army Grant for 

Special Services 3,000 99,400 

Minister's Salary 

Board of Review (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages | 63,798 

Employee benefits 4,821 

Transportation and communication 29,627 

Services 104,977 

Supplies and equipment 7,639 

Soldiers' Aid Commission (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transfer payments 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 

Regional Administration (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 494,244 

Employee benefits 39,423 

Transportation and communication 158,668 

Services 22,947 

Supplies and equipment 36,587 



210,862 



11,237 
839 

9,159 



21,235 



751,869 



Research and Planning (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Demonstration projects as approved 

by the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council . . 



251,119 

15,696 

7,761 

22,516 

16,461 



76,814 



390,367 



Personnel and Training Services 
(Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 287,964 

Employee benefits 19,044 

Transportation and communication 22,703 

Services 148,947 

Supplies and equipment 10,522 

Transfer payments 

Bursaries and other training costs 87,298 

576,478 

Communication Services (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 80,887 

Employee benefits 5,657 

Transportation and communication 2,518 

Services 15,794 

Supplies and equipment 6,744 

111,600 

Legal Services (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 50,971 

Employee benefits 3,719 

Transportation and communication 260 

Services 373 

Supplies and equipment 3,316 

58,639 

Financial and Administrative Services 
(Item 9) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,134,054 

Employee benefits 89,222 

Transportation and communication 114,543 

Services 70,669 

Supplies and equipment 72,203 

1,480,691 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 4,097,088 



320 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXI. — DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2002 

1 


$ 

281,841,000 

555,000 

8,595,000 

39,125,000 

697,000 


$ 


281,841,000 

555,000 

8,595,000 

39,125,000 

697,000 


SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT 
PROGRAM 

Income Maintenance 


280,621,984 

532,361 

7 934 292 


2 
3 


Family Services 

Rehabilitation Services 


4 


Residential Care and Services 
for Adults . . 


37 394 239 


5 


Legal Aid Assessment 


653,629 




Total for Social Development 






330,813,000 




330,813,000 


327,136,505 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities providing financial assistance to persons in need; to restore, 
improve or maintain the capacity of the individual to function or to obtain suitable employment and 
includes family counselling services. The program also provides, through municipahties and non-profit 
corporations, residential care for the aged, and social and recreational centres for elderly persons. Included 
is the assessment of financial eligibility of applicants for legal aid. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



321 



XXI. — DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 2002 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Income Maintenance (Item 1 



6,249,826 



465,396 
475,421 
188.661 
134,545 



Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Assistance in accordance 
with The Family 

Benefits Act $142,882,809 

Allowances in accordance 
with The Blind Persons' 

Allowances Act 105,824 

Allowances in accordance 
with The Disabled 

Persons' Allowances Act .. . 332,574 

Dental Services — Payments 
on behalf of certain 
beneficiaries in accordance 
with regulations under 
The Family Benefits Act, 

etc 2,391,951 

Special Aid to Thalidomide 

Children 14,350 

Assistance under The 
General Welfare 

Assistance Act 120,403,126 

Subsidies re Municipal 
Administration Costs 
under The General Welfare 

Assistance Act 4,705,474 

Subsidies re Homemakers 

and Nurses Services Act. . . 2,238,804 

Grants 

St. Elizabeth 
Order of 

Nurses $ 3,000 

Victorian Order 
of Nurses 

(Ontario).... 25,000 
Ontario Welfare 
Officers 
Association.. 4,500 32,500 273,107,412 



Other transactions 

Non recoverable overpayments . 



723 



280,621,984 



Family Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 334,154 

Employee benefits 25,262 

Transportation and communication 17,011 

Services 5,932 

Supphes and equipment 8,443 



Family Services 
(Item 2) — Continued 

Transfer payments 

Cost of providing assessment, 
restorative and therapeutic 
services, including the pur- 
chase of service from private 
agencies, to applicants and 
recipients under The Family 
Benefits Act, etc., and other 
necessary costs $ 

Grants for Credit Counselling 
Services 



2,479 



139.080 



141,559 



532.361 



Rehabilitation Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Allowances and expenses in 
accordance with The Voca- 
tional Rehabilitation Ser- 
vices Act $ 4,845,534 

Grants to agencies in accord- 
ance with The Vocational 
Rehabilitation Services Act. 1,713,700 



1.154,780 
89,652 
81,180 
18,547 
30,899 



6,559,234 



7,934,292 



Residential Care and Services for Adults 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Subsidies — operation and 
maintenance: 
The Charitable Institutions 

Act $ 4,927,534 

The Homes for the Aged 

and Rest Homes Act 22,556,455 

The Elderly Persons 

Centres Act 154,618 

The Department of 
Social and Family 
Services Act 329.405 



349,085 
23,889 
32,458 
26,527 
23,110 



322 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXI. — DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 2002 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Residential Care and Services for Adults 
(Item 4) — Continued 

Grants — new and acquired 

buildings : 
The Charitable Institutions 

Act % 2,357,714 

The Homes for the Aged 

and Rest Homes Act. . . . 6,515,377 
The Elderly Persons 

Centres Act 79,667 

Special Grant to Municipalities 
Town of 

Little 

Current.. $ 14,800 
Township of 

Carnarvon 1,600 16,400 



Grant 
Ontario Geriatrics 
Research Society . 



2,000 



36,939,170 
37,394,239 



Legal Aid Assessment (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 556,486 

Employee benefits 4.5,743 

Transportation and communication 25,622 

Services 10,574 

Supplies and equipment 15,204 

653,629 

Total for Social Development 

Program $ 327,136,505 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



323 



XXI. — DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2003 

1 

2 
3 


$ 

40,312,000 

4,849,000 
11,934,000 


242,000* 


$ 

40,312,000 

5,091,000 
11,934,000 


CHILDREN'S SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Care, Prevention, Protection and 

Adoption Services 

Children and Youth Institutions 

Day Nursery Services 

Total for Children's Services 


$ 

39,490,399 
4,517,868 
8,516,909 




57,095,000 


242,000 


57,337,000 


52,525,176 



Program description: 

This program consists of activities for the care and maintenance of children and youth, and includes 
prevention, protection, adoption and day nursery services. 

♦Special Warrants— $242,000 



324 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXI. — DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 

CHILDREN'S SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 2003 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Care, Prevention, Protection and 
Adoption Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

The Child Welfare Act 

Subsidies to Children's Aid 
Societies — operation and 

maintenance $38,804,029 

Grants — new and acquired 

buildings 16,800 

Grant 

Ontario Association of 

Children's Aid Societies 5,000 



468,908 
36,895 
34,836 

109,544 
14.387 



38,825,829 



39,490,399 



Children and Youth Institutions (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 108,839 

Employee benefits 8,659 

Transportation and communication 16,453 

Services 133,023 

Supplies and equipment 5,310 

Transfer payments 

Subsidies on operation and 
maintenance 
The Charitable Institutions 

Act $ 636,077 

The Children's Institutions 

Act 1,820,661 

The Homes for Retarded 

Persons' Act 621,619 

Grants — new and acquired 
buildings 
The Children's Institutions 

Act 428,672 

The Homes for Retarded 

Persons' Act 496,572 

♦Subsidies incurred under The 
Children's Institutions Act 
arising from The Age of 
Majority and Accountability 

Act, 1971 191,983 

♦Salvation Army — House 

of Concord 50,000 4,245,584 



4,517,868 



Day Nursery Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment : 

Transfer payments 

Expenditures in accordance 
with The Day Nurseries 

Act $ 4,609,349 

Grants — new buildings 3,350,469 

Grants — renovations 50,400 

Subsidies — operation and 

maintenance 72,535 

Grant 

Association for Early 
Childhood Education — 
Ontario 5,000 



250,711 
18,694 
27,280 

124,988 
7,483 



.087,753 



5,516,909 



Total for Children's 

Services Program $ 52,525,176 



"Special Warrant 



XXIL 



DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 326 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 328 

Tourism 330 

Archives and History and Records Management 332 

Theatres 334 

The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 336 

Statutory 328 

Summary 327 



[325] 



326 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Share of publication cost 5,917 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 2,328 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Tourist establishments, historical sites, parks, camping, theatres, etc. . . 1,523,455 

Censorship of films 133,057 1,656,512 

Public Domain 

Leasing of lands 153 

Sales — Land and Buildings 568 

Sales — Other 

Souvenirs, publications, etc 680,553 

Facilities 

Concessions 47,640 

Perquisites 1 ,932 49,572 

Miscellaneous 5,730 

The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 6,691 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Admissions and parking 783,059 

Sales 

Souvenirs 3,814 

Other 7,880 11,694 



Facilities 

Concessions 79,312 

Rentals 23,984 103,296 

Miscellaneous 2,424 

General Revenue 3,308,497 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



327 



XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971 


-72 


1970-71 

Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


545,625 


Departmental Administration 


625,000 


574,922 


8,454,694 


Tourism 


10,087,000 


9,661,599 


913,016 


Archives and History and Records Management 


967,000 


941,437 


196,376 


Theatres 


235,000 


223,685 


3,466,136 


The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 
Department Total 


3,847,000 


3,841,128 


13,575,847 


15,761,000 


15,242,771 


15,000 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


15,000 


12,582 


13,560,847 


15,746,000 


15,230,189 








13,575,847 


Total General Expenditure 


15,761,000 


15,242,771 



328 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIL — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



\ 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2101 

1 


$ 

168,000 

385,000 

57,000 


$ 


$ 

168,000 

385,000 

57,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

General Office 


$ 
144,886 


2 
3 


Administrative Services 

Personnel Services 


365,762 
51 692 




Minister's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 




S 


610.000 
15.000 




610,000 
15,000 


562,340 
12,582 




625,000 




625,000 


574,922 









Program description: 

This program consists of a number of activities supplying administrative and control services for 
the operating programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



329 



XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM —VOTE 2101 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



General Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 101 ,718 

Employee benefits 8,664 

Transportation and communication 14,877 

Services 13,833 

Supplies and equipment 5,794 

144.886 

Minister's Salary 12,582 

157,468 

Administrative Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 207,783 

Employee benefits 16,710 

Transportation and communication 106,928 

Services 25,723 

Supplies and equipment 8,618 

365,762 



Personnel Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 45,501 

Employee benefits 3,778 

Transportation and communication 722 

Services 1 ,099 

Supplies and equipment 592 

51,692 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 574,922 



330 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2102 

1 
2 

3 


$ 

3,504,000 

3,346,000 

1,573,000 

972,000 

266,000 


$ 

12,000 
247,000 

167,000 


$ 

3,516,000 
3,593,000 
1,573,000 
1,139,000 
266,000 


TOURISM PROGRAM 

Promotion Services 

St. Lawrence Parks Commission 

Historical Parks 


$ 

3,508,153 
3,590,244 
1,206,724 


4 

5 


Planning and Development Services 

Research Services 


1,090,546 
265,932 




Total for Tourism 






9,661,000 


426,000 


10,087,000 


9,661,599 









Program description: 

This program consists of activities concerned with maximizing the profitable long-range growth of 
tourism in Ontario by promoting awareness of the visitor attractions of the province, improving standards 
of services and facilities in the visitor industry, developing and operating specific visitor attractions, and 
distributing news releases to radio and television stations. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



331 



XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 
TOURISM PROGRAM — VOTE 2102 



Continued 



Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



3,508,153 



Promotion Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 825,027 

Employee benefits 51,102 

Transportation and communication 127,466 

Services 2,348,179 

Supplies and equipment 156,379 

St. Lawrence Parks Commission (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 
Other transactions 

Historical Parks (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages | 269,129 

Employee benefits 11 ,433 

Transportation and communication 18,379 

Services 103,637 

Supplies and equipment 100,702 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. . . 703,444 



2,260,060 

133,438 

59,644 

429,232 

687,013 

19,571 

1,286 



3,590,244 



[,206,724 



556,632 
46,204 

117,814 
27,827 
16,775 



325,294 



1,090,546 



Planning and Development Services 

(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Regional Associations $ 168,042 

Other 157,252 

Research Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Tourism Program $ 9,661,599 



130,511 
6,422 
7,429 

117,179 
4,391 



265,932 



332 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2103 

1 

2 


$ 

732,000 
225,000 


$ 
10,000 


$ 

732,000 
235,000 


ARCHIVES AND HISTORY AND 

RECORDS MANAGEMENT 

PROGRAM 

Archives and History 

Records Management 

Total for Archives and History 
AND Records Management 


707,804 
233,633 




957,000 


10,000 


967,000 


941,437 









Program description: 

This program is concerned with preserving knowledge of and stimulating interest in the history of 
Ontario by erecting plaques, compiling government historical publications, providing professional 
advice to Ontario's local museums, acquiring and preserving non-published records of research value, 
acquiring and managing buildings of historical value, and includes the provision of technical advice and 
assistance to Government departments in the field of records management, and the operation of a 
records centre. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



333 



XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

ARCHIVES AND HISTORY AND RECORDS MANAGEMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 2103 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Archives and History (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Ontario Historical Society ... $ 8,500 

Ontario Archaelogical 

Society 1 .000 

Ontario Heritage 

Foundation 22,500 

Ontario Genealogical 

Society 1 ,000 

Museums 95,998 



407,991 
32,848 
28,830 
57,817 
51.320 



128,998 



707,804 



Records Management (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 184,341 

Employee benefits 14,167 

Transportation and communication 7,329 

Services 8,079 

Supplies and equipment 19,717 

233.633 

Total for Archives and History 
AND Records Management 

Program $ 941,437 



334 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2104 

1 


$ 
235,000 


$ 


$ 
235,000 


THEATRES PROGRAM 

Theatres 

Total for Theatres 


$ 
223,685 




235,000 




235,000 


223,685 



Program description: 

This program consists of classifying motion pictures exhibited in the province; inspecting motion 
picture advertising; inspecting theatres and drive-in theatres for public safety; licensing theatres, film 
exchanges and projectionists; supervising projectionist examinations and tests; approving motion pictures, 
motion picture advertising and construction of new theatres in Ontario. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



335 



XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

THEATRES PROGRAM — VOTE 2104 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Theatres (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 173,843 

Employee benefits 13,594 

Transportation and communication 13,138 

Services 14,813 

Supplies and equipment 8,297 

Total for Theatres Program $ 223,685 



336 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2105 

1 


$ 
3,832,000 


15,000 


$ 
3,847,000 


THE CENTENNIAL CENTRE OF 

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 

PROGRAM 

The Centennial Centre of Science and 
Technology 

Total for The Centennial Centre 
OF Science and Technology 


3,841,128 




3,832,000 


15,000 


3,847,000 


3,841,128 



Program description: 

The Centre provides education on the origins, development and progress of Science and Technology and 
their relationship to society. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 337 

XXII. — DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

THE CENTENNIAL CENTRE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY — VOTE 2105 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



The Centennial Centre of Science and 
Technology (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 2,512,788 

Employee benefits 158,532 

Transportation and communication 67,769 

Services 506,646 

Supplies and equipment 595,393 

Total for The Centennial Centre 
OF Science and Technology 
Program $ 3,841,128 



XXIII. 



DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 340 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 342 

Trade and Industrial Development 344 

General Development 346 

Ontario Economic Council 348 

Industrial Incentives and Development 350 

Ontario Housing 352 

Statutory 342, 350, 352 

Summary 341 



[339] 



340 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 38,975 

Royalties 722 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Ontario Place — admissions 1,707,498 

Conference registration 17,363 1 ,724,861 

Sales 

Ontario Place— boutiques 302,080 

Films and records 1 ,439 

Publications 424 303,943 

Facilities 

Ontario Place — concessions 302,885 

— marina operations 219,304 

Exhibit space 6,462 528,651 

Miscellaneous 2,520 

General Revenue 2,599,672 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



341 



XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971 


-72 


1Q70 71 


Programs 






Actual 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


3,033,372 


Departmental Administration 


1,704,000 


1.648.204 


4,980,093 


Trade and Industrial Development 


6.267,000 


6.078.712 


14,514,584 


General Development 


16,482,000 


15,958,875 


193,704 


Ontario Economic Council 


247,000 


209,828 


19,359,495 


Industrial Incentives and Development 


40,360,000 


19,448,268 


108,797,322 


Ontario Housing 

Department Total 


(Transferred to Department 
of Revenue) 


150,878,570 


65,060,000 


43,343,887 


3,653,921 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


16,015,000 


9,034,742 


147,224,649 


49,045,000 


34,309,145 








42,088,394 


Total General Expenditure 


28,860,000 


27,886,240 


108,790,176 


Total Disbursements {See Disbursements and Charges and 
Debt Transactions — Retirements, page 26) 


36.200,000 


15,457,647 


150,878,570 


65.060.000 


43,343,887 



342 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIII. —DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 


Actual 


Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


2201 

1 
2 

3 


$ 

214,600 
763,000 
71,200 
292,800 
289,400 


22,000 
20,000 
16.000 


$ 

236.600 
783.000 
87,200 
292,800 
289.400 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Administration and Financial Services. . . 

Personnel Services 


232.240 
781,918 
86.343 
275.609 
256,657 


4 
5 


Information Services 

Ontario House 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Departmental 
Administration . 


S 
S 


1,631,000 
15,000 


58.000 


1.689.000 
15.000 


1.632.767 

15,000 
437 




1,646.000 


58.000 


1.704.000 


1,648.204 







Program description: 

This program provides administrative and support services for operating programs. In addition 
to normal supporting activities, this program includes the Industrial Policy Advisory Committee, the 
Ontario Housing Advisory Committee and Ontario House in London, England. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



343 



XX 1 1 1— DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 2201 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication • . . 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Administration and Financial Services 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Personnel Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



157,075 

9,689 

20,740 

30,683 

14.053 



232,240 

15,000 

437 



247,677 



500,024 
38,446 
80,761 
65,357 
97,330 



781,918 



73,850 
5.064 
2,206 
3,900 
1.323 

86,343 



Information Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 130,515 

Employee benefits 7,208 

Transportation and communication 11,715 

Services 117,515 

Supplies and equipment 8,656 

275,609 

Ontario House (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 12,763 

Employee benefits 8,617 

Transportation and communication 25,538 

Services 96,287 

Supplies and equipment 13,452 

256,657 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 1,648,204 



344 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2202 

1 
2 
3 


$ 

3,526,100 

2,017,100 

323,800 


$ 
400,000 


$ 

3,926,100 

2,017,100 

323,800 


TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL 
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 

Industrial Development 

Trade Development 

Selective Immigration 

Total for Trade and Industrial 
Development 


$ 

3,866,083 

1,984,457 

228,172 




5,867,000 


400,000 


6,267,000 


6,078,712 



Program description: 

This program promotes the growth of manufacturing industry with services to encourage investment, 
manufacturing arrangements, joint ventures and the utilization of advanced technology and new materials, 
with specific emphasis placed on small business assistance which includes product design and production 
techniques, low cost automation and identification of potential new industries. 

Sales missions and international trade fairs are conducted to all parts of the world and foreign buyers 
are brought to Ontario to stimulate increased exports. 

Encourages the admission of highly skilled immigrants to the Province. 

These functions are carried out from Toronto with support stationed in Ontario field offices and 
worldwide foreign offices; and through grants to the Ontario Research Foundation. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



345 



XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 2202 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Industrial Development (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer Payments 

Grant to Ontario Research Foundation. . . . 

Trade Development (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation land communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



1,064,907 

64,418 

271,396 

218,191 

32,171 

2,215,000 

3,866.083 



999,476 

59,029 

426.776 

447,392 

51,784 



1.984.457 



Selective Immigration (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Total for Trade and Industrial 
Development Program $ 



176,302 

10,026 

14,652 

19,058 

8,134 



228.172 



6.078.712 



346 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2203 

1 
2 

3 


$ 

1,422,800 
2,264,200 
5,226,000 


2,407,000 
5,162,000 


% 

1,422,800 

4,671,200 

10,388,000 


GENERAL DEVELOPMENT 
PROGRAM 

General Project Development 

Ontario Place Operations 

Ontario Place Development 

Total for General Development 


$ 

1,120,042 

4,596,494 

10,242,339 




8,913,000 


7,569,000 


16,482,000 


15,958,875 



Program description: 

This program carries out and operates projects of a general and/or promotional nature such as 
Ontario Place on the Toronto waterfront and detailed feasibility studies related to the proposed Harbour 
City development. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



347 



XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

GENERAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 2203 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



General Project Development (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Ontario Place Operations (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



208,424 
13,723 
35,461 

855,167 
7,267 



1,120.042 



1,848,419 
45,078 

149,724 
1,672,701 

880,572 

4,596,494 



Ontario Place Development (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 161,231 

Employee benefits 1,862 

Transportation and communication 22,238 

Services 1,107,996 

Supplies and equipment 1,328,493 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 7,620,519 

10,242,339 

Total for General Development 

Program $ 15,958,875 



348 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2204 

1 


247,000 


$ 


247,000 


ONTARIO ECONOMIC COUNCIL 
PROGRAM 

Ontario Economic Council . 


$ 
209,828 




Total for Ontario Economic 

Council 




247,000 




247,000 


209,828 



Program description: 

The Council studies problems in the area of natural resources, human resources, government and 
provincial economic development. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



349 



XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 
ONTARIO ECONOMIC COUNCIL PROGRAM— VOTE 2204 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Ontario Economic Council (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 84,147 

Employee benefits 5,280 

Transportation and communication 8,344 

Services 103,522 

Supplies and equipment 8,535 

Total for Ontario Economic 

Council Program $ 209,828 



350 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


% 




$ 


2205 








INDUSTRIAL INCENTIVES AND 
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 




1 


21,169,000 




21,169,000 


Ontario Development Corporation 


10,170,168 


2 


3,191,000 




3,191,000 


Northern Ontario Development 

Corporation 


258,795 




24,360,000 




24,360,000 


10,428,963 


S 


14,500,000 




14,500,000 


Ontario Development Corporation 


8)235,868 


S 


1,500,000 




1,500,000 


Northern Ontario Development 

Corporation 

Total for Industrial Incentives 
AND Development 


783,437 




40,360,000 




40,360,000 


19,448,268 



Program description: 

The Industrial Incentives and Development Program provides technical, business and financial 
services and loans or the guarantee of loans to encourage and assist in the development and diversification 
of industry in Ontario. To provide equalization of industrial opportunity. Performance loans may, 
under certain conditions and in certain designated areas, be forgiven. Term loans are made to manu- 
facturing operations, for anti-pollution and abatement equipment and the tourist industry. Included in the 
Ontario Development Corporation are funds for the support services provided to the Northern Ontario 
Development Corporation. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



351 



XXIII. — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

INDUSTRIAL INCENTIVES AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 2205 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Ontario Development Corporation 
(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,242,026 

Employee benefits 84,277 

Transportation and communication 64,999 

Services 286,213 

Supplies and equipment 50,985 

Other transactions 

Loan forgiveness and Guarantees 2,081,604 

Disbursements 

Performance Loan Program 6,360,064 

10,170,168 

Statutory Appropriations 

Disbursements 

Term Loan Program $ 5,651,098 

Assistance to the tourist 

industry 259,932 

Pollution abatement 

equipment 634,838 

Northam Industrial Park. . . . 1,690,000 8,235,868 



18,406,036 



Northern Ontario Development 
Corporation (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 92,497 

Employee benefits 6,578 

Transportation and communication 30,838 

Services 45,278 

Supplies and equipment 5,326 

Disbursements 

Performance Loan Program 78,278 

258,795 
Statutory Appropriation 

Disbursements 

Term Loan Program $ 783,437 

1,042,232 

Total for Industrial Incentives 
AND Development Program % 19,448,268 



352 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIIL — DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



2206 

1 
2 
3 



3,192,700 

33,884,000 

120,547,300 



(3,192,700) 

(33,884,000) 

(120,547,300) 



(Transferred to 
Department 
of Revenue) 



157,624,000 
700.000 



(157,624,000) 
(700,000) 



158,324,000 



(158.324,000) 



ONTARIO HOUSING PROGRAM 

Administration 

Rental Housing 

Home Ownership 

Grants to assist in the erection of housing 
units for elderly persons 

Total for Ontario Housing 



Program description: 

This program embraces the operations of the Ontario Housing Corporation, the Ontario Student 
Housing Corporation and Housing Corporation Limited. Its function is to co-ordinate the development 
and management of residential accommodation financed wholly or in part by the Province of Ontario. 
The financial contribution of the Province includes a share of the cost of projects and a contribution 
towards the administrative cost of the corporations. 



XXIV. 



DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 
AND COMMUNICATIONS 

FISCAL YEAR, 1971-72 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

HIGHWAYS x>.^^ 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 354 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 357 

Road Maintenance 359 

Road Construction 361 

GO Transit 363 

Ontario Seasonal Employment 365 

Statutory 357 

Summary 356 

transport 

Statement of Revenue 355 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 368 

Vehicles and Drivers 370 

Common Carriers 372 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims 374 

Transportation 376 

Statutory 374 

Summary 367 



[353] 



354 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



*XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 



HIGHWAYS $ $ $ 

Recovery of Prior Years' Expenditures 

Oshawa Area Planning and Development Study — 

Department of Municipal Affairs 110,268 

Corporation of the City of Oshawa 107,146 217,414 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 141,747 

Municipalities 99,574 

Other 1,571 460,306 

Taxation 

Burlington Bay Skyway tolls 1,352,812 

Garden City Skyway tolls 789,955 2,142,767 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Sign and house moving 86,743 

Gas line franchises 12,940 99,683 

Fines and Penalties 

Property damage 496,899 

Liquidated damages and forfeitures 99,220 596,119 

Sales — Land and Buildings 1,330,484 

Sales — Other 

Scrap, obsolete parts and material 73,935 

Plans, manuals, traffic booklets, etc 33,621 

Maps 18,688 126,244 

Facilities 

Service centre rentals 2,310,503 

Property rentals 386.484 2,696,987 

Miscellaneous 108,807 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 
Government of Canada — 

Trans-Canada Highway Agreement 2,777,038 

Trans-Canada Ottawa-Queensway Agreement 34,272 2,811,310 

Railway Transport Committee 2,357,800 

5,169,110 

The St. Lawrence Seaway Authority 1,852,945 

Municipalities 978, 148 

E. C. Row Expressway 940,887 

Kitchener- Waterloo Expressway 402,341 

Hanlon Expressway 335,168 

Brantford Expressway 321,365 

Welland Expressway 30,478 

Port Colborne Expressway 6,539 

St. Thomas Expressway 2,253 10,039,234 

17,600,631 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 355 

*XXIV — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS — Continued 



TRANSPORT 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Vehicles 143,814,067 

Common carriers 5,597,121 

Drivers 4,881,487 

Driver examinations 2,053,097 

Duplicates, searches, abstracts, etc 1,972,199 

Vehicle transfers 1,183,340 159,501,311 

Facilities 

Perquisite rentals 809 

Miscellaneous 11 ,544 

Reimbursements of Expenditures 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Fund— administration 1,268,703 160,782,367 



General Revenue 178,382,998 



*0n May 28, 1971 the Department of Highways and Department of Transport were amalgamated 
as the Department of Transportation and Communications. However, for the balance of fiscal year 1972, 
revenue collections and accounting records continued to be maintained separately. Consequently, the 
above presentation reflects that policy. 



356 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



*XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971- 


-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


10,967,811 


Departmental Administration 


14,785,000 


14,101,315 


140,935,105 


Road Maintenance 


173,543,000 


172,661,344 


349,657,631 


Road Construction 


388,311,000 


381,430,369 


4,864,449 


GO Transit 


5,267,000 


3,822,250 


2,469,018 


Ontario Seasonal Employment 
Department Total 


13,300,000 


7,215,328 


508,894,014 


595,206,000 


579,230,606 


27,000 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 
Total General Expenditure 


27,000 


27,437 


508,867,014 


595,179,000 


579,203,169 








508,894,014 


595,206,000 


579,230,606 



*0n May 28, 1971 the Department of Highways and Department of Transport were amalgamated as the Department 
of Transportation and Communications. However, for the balance of fiscal year 1972, expenditures and accounting 
records continued to be maintained separately. Consequently, this presentation reflects that pohcy. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



357 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


801 

1 


$ 

2,843,000 

2,658,000 
928,000 
766,000 
694,000 

4,170,000 
550,000 

1.949,000 


$ 
200,000 


$ 

2,843,000 

2,658,000 
928,000 
766,000 
694,000 

4,370,000 
550,000 

1,949,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 
2 775 910 


2 


Financial Services 


2,609,155 


3 
4 


Legal Services 

Personnel Services 


924,810 
724 944 


5 


Toll Bridge Collection Costs 


693 373 


6 


Office Services 


4,289,965 


7 
8 


Data Processing Operations 

Highway and Transportation Research . . 

Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

City of Niagara Falls — Compensation for 
Loss of Taxes 


546,812 
1,508,909 


S 
S 

s 


14,558,000 
15,000 

12,000 


200,000 


14,758,000 
15,000 

12,000 


14,073,878 

15,000 

437 

12,000 




Total for Departmental 

Administration 






14,585,000 


200,000 


14,785,000 


14,101,315 









Program description: 

This program includes the general overall administration of the Department and such support services 
as cannot be allocated directly to the Construction or Maintenance Programs. 



358 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 801 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Workmen's Compensation ... $ 648,729 
Other 98,956 

Transportation and 

communication 

Services 

Data processing costs $ 65,962 

Other 161,013 



2,000 



Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Ontario Good Roads 

Association 

Roads and Transportation 

Association of Canada 22,505 

St. Clair Parkway Commission 282,250 



Minister's Salary 

City of Niagara Falls — Compensation for Loss 
of Taxes 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 



Financial Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Data processing costs $ 142,941 

Other (9.369) 



Supplies and equipment 



Legal Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Insurance and claims $ 372,717 

Other 7,465 



Personnel Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Data processing costs $ 33,631 

Other 31,083 



Supplies and equipment 
Transfer payments 



1,300,270 

747,685 
67,711 

226,975 
126,514 



306,755 



2,775,910 
15,000 

12,000 

437 

2,803,347 



2,134,871 
176,207 
164,150 



133,572 
355 

2,609,155 



495,957 
36,300 
12,371 



380,182 



924,810 



539,580 
46,132 
70,315 



64,714 

2,398 
1,805 



724.944 



Toll Bridge Collection Costs (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 595,416 

Employee benefits 34,745 

Transportation and communication 3,799 

Services 28,623 

Supphes and equipment 30,790 

693,373 

Office Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 ,382,855 

Employee benefits 106,024 

Transportation and communication 98,174 

Services 

Data processing costs $ 68,163 

Other 568,129 636,292 

Supplies and equipment 2,066,620 

4,289,965 

Data Processing Operations (Item 7) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,266,294 

Employee benefits 99,640 

Transportation and communication 10,938 

Services 764,724 

Supplies and equipment 199,354 

2,340,950 
Less: Recoveries from other Activities and 

other Departments 1 ,794,138 

546,812 

Highway and Transportation Research 
(Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 636,523 

Employee benefits 62,639 

Transportation and communication 49,342 

Services 

Research carried out by 
Universities and other 

organizations $ 163,005 

Data processing costs 38,719 

Other 184,219 385,943 

Supplies and equipment 19,474 

Transfer payments 

Transit planning studies. ... $ 354^288 

Other . 700 354,988 

1,508,909 

Total for Departmental 

Administration Program $ 14,101,315 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



359 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



802 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



28,255,000 
28,748,000 

5,850,000 

13,174,000 

400,000 

1,500,000 

81,900,000 
8,306,000 
1,408,000 



3,350,000 



452,000 



200,000 



28,255,000 
32,098.000 

5,850,000 

13,626,000 

400,000 

1,500,000 

82,100,000 
8,306,000 
1,408,000 



ROAD MAINTENANCE 
PROGRAM 

General Maintenance 

Winter Maintenance 

Repaving of Present Roads 

District Administrative Services. . 

Development Roads 



Roads in Unincorporated Townships in 
Northern Ontario 



Municipal Subsidies 

Supply and Special Services 

Maintenance Administrative Services.. 



169,541,000 4,002,000 173,543,000 Total for Road Maintenance 



27,999,051 

32,031,951 

5,638,460 

13,615,838 

367,575 

1,399,897 

82,045,195 

8,304,315 

1,259.062 



172,661,344 



Program description: 

This program includes the maintenance of the King's Highway System and assistance to municipalities 
towards the maintenance costs of the municipal road system. The program also includes a number of 
support activities. 



360 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

ROAD MAINTENANCE PROGRAM — VOTE 802 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



General Maintenance (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 20,628,500 

Employee benefits 1 ,455,071 

Transportation and communication 1,109,756 

Services 7,208,457 

Supplies and equipment 14,363,884 

Transfer payments 

Connecting link maintenance. . $ 143,644 

Other 25,537 169.181 

44,934,849 

Less: Recoveries from other Activities 16,935,798 

27,999,051 

Winter Maintenance (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 12,409,436 

Employee benefits 778,004 

Transportation and communication 74,179 

Services 11,756,497 

Supphes and equipment 6,665,817 

Transfer payments 

Connecting link maintenance. .1 344,191 

Other 3,827 348,018 

32,031,951 

Repaving Present Roads (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages I 388,003 

Employee benefits 16,649 

Transportation and communication 79,331 

Services 4,145,495 

Supplies and equipment 921 ,607 

Transfer payments 

Connecting link repaving $ 82,367 

Other 5,008 87,375 

5,638,460 

District Administrative Services 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 10,699,171 

Employee benefits 780,458 

Transportation and communication 991,749 

Services 283,926 

Supplies and equipment 860,534 

13,615,838 

Development Roads (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 19,191 

Employee benefits 1 ,884 

Transportation and communication 883 

Services 92,715 

Supplies and equipment 7,879 

Transfer payments 245,023 



367.575 



Roads in Unincorporated Townships in 
Northern Ontario (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 437,026 

Employee benefits 21^170 

Transportation and communication 28,242 

Services 1,232,703 

Supplies and equipment 225,999 

Transfer payments 2,480 

1,947,620 
Less: Advances from Local Roads Boards, 
Statute Labour Boards and Other 

Groups 547,723 

1,399,897 

Municipal Subsidies (Item 7) 

Transfer payments $ 82,045,195 

Supply and Special Services (Item 8) 

Salaries and wages $ 2,064,804 

Employee benefits 145,103 

Transportation and communication 498,219 

Services 362,433 

Supplies and equipment 

Equipment purchases $ 4,811,429 

Other 379,995 5,191,424 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 42,332 

8,304,315 



Maintenance Administrative Services 
(Item 9) 

Salaries and wages $ 995,725 

Employee benefits 83,950 

Transportation and communication 92,036 

Services 

Data processing costs $ 73,536 

Other 12,557 86,093 

Supplies and equipment 1 ,258 

1,259,062 

Total for Road Maintenance 

Program $ 172,661,344 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



361 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



803 



203,896,000 

18,000,000 
1,000,000 

119,000,000 
40,700,000 



4,940,000 



775,000 



208,836,000 

18,000,000 
1,000,000 

119,775,000 
40,700,000 



ROAD CONSTRUCTION 
PROGRAM 

Road Construction and Property 
Acquisition 



Development Roads , 



Roads in Unincorporated Townships in 
Northern Ontario 

Municipal Subsidies 

Construction Services 



207,071,791 
15,254,882 

921,420 

119,623,464 

38,558,812 



382,596,000 5,715,000 388,311,000 Total for Road Construction 381,430,369 



Program description: 

This program consists of the construction of King's Highways, including support activities for 
planning, design, and supervision of construction work. Provision is also included in the program for 
assisting municipalities in the construction costs of municipal roads. 



362 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM — VOTE 803 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Road Construction and Property 
Acquisition (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 16,478,559 

Employee benefits 1,163,332 

Transportation and communication 2,642,460 

Services 4,955,949 

Supplies and equipment 17,020,856 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets. . . 145,715,772 
Transfer payments 

Connecting link construction. $14,683,373 

Urban expressways 4,329,361 

Sidewalk construction 82,129 19,094,863 



207,071,791 



Development Roads (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 65,144 

Employee benefits 11 .836 

Transportation and communication 9,069 

Services 150,584 

Supplies and equipment 58,879 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 146,135 

Transfer payments 14,813,235 

15,254,882 



Roads in Unincorporated Townships 
Northern Ontario (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 178,368 

Employee benefits 9,101 

Transportation and communication 11,441 

Services 562,018 

SuppHes and equipment 133,91 1 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 26,581 



921,420 



Municipal Subsidies (Item 4) 
Transfer payments $ 119,623,464 



Construction Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 24,700,901 

Employee benefits 1 ,962,497 

Transportation and communication 2,749,906 

Services 

Consultants' Fees $ 4,178,745 

Soils and Foundation 

Investigations 745,536 

Data processing costs 657,811 

Other 1,244,969 6,827,061 

Supplies and equipment 466,003 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 1,138,231 

Transfer payments 

Urban transportation and urban functional 
planning studies $ 650,798 

Other 63,415 714,213 



38.558,812 



Total for Road Construction 

Program $ 381,430.369 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



363 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


804 

1 


$ 

3,018,000 
969,000 
460,000 
620,000 


200,000 


$ 

3,018,000 

1,169,000 

460,000 

620,000 


GO TRANSIT PROGRAM 

Lakeshore Rail Services 


2 130 686 


2 


Highway Bus Services 


1 137 823 


3 
4 


Feeder Bus Services 

GO Transit Administrative Services 

Total for GO Transit 


72,279 
481,462 




5,067,000 


200,000 


5,267,000 


3,822,250 







Program description: 

To provide for suburban commuter services by various public transportation modes. 



364 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

GO TRANSIT PROGRAM — VOTE 804 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Lakeshore Rail Services (Item 1) 

Transportation and communication 

System operating costs (net) $ 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 
Transfer payments 

Highway Bus Service (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

System operating costs (net) 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 
Transfer payments 



1,957,075 

100,164 

1,525 

63,332 

8,590 



2,130,686 



15,484 
566 

753,751 
5,341 

343,121 

17,507 

2,053 



1,137,823 



Feeder Bus Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 82,502 

Services 11 ,824 

Supplies and equipment 11,121 

105,447 
Less: Recoveries 33,168 

72,279 

GO Transit Administrative Services 

(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 201,724 

Employee benefits 20,137 

Transportation and communication 16,425 

Services 196,866 

Supplies and equipment 46,310 

481.462 
Total for GO Transit Program $ 3,822,250 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



365 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


805 
1 


$ 
7,300,000 


$ 
6,000,000 


$ 
13,300,000 


ONTARIO SEASONAL 
EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM 

Ontario Seasonal Employment 

Total for Ontario Seasonal 

Employment 


$ 
7,215,328 




7,300,000 


6,000,000 


13,300,000 


7,215,328 







Program description: 

To provide seasonal employment through the removal of diseased elm trees within one quarter mile 
of the road allowance along certain designated highways. 



366 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) — Continued 

ONTARIO SEASONAL EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM — VOTE 805 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for tfie year ended March 31, 1972 



Ontario Seasonal Employment (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 6,240,325 

Employee benefits 131 ,091 

Transportation and communication 244,706 

Services 178,956 

Supplies and equipment 420,250 

Total for Ontario Seasonal 

Employment Program $ 7,215,328 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



367 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(TRANSPORT) 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 







1971 


-72 


1970-71 
Actual 


■ Programs 






Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


1,423,670 


Departmental Administration 


1,666,000 


1,504,745 


9,906,924 


Vehicles and Drivers 


11,229,000 


11,013.202 


2,214.492 


Common Carriers 


2,646,000 


2,612,449 


8,710,683 


Motor Vehicle Accident Claims 


10,038,000 


9,217,715 


1,155,366 


Transportation 

Department Total 


3,468,100 


3,008,246 


23,411,135 


29,047,100 


27,356,357 


7,526,241 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


8,769,000 


7,949,013 


15,884,894 


20,278,100 


19,407,344 








15,898,620 


Total General Expenditure 


20,278,100 


19,407,344 


7,512,515 


Total Charges {See Disbursements and Charges and Debt 
Transactions — Retirements, page 27) 


8,769,000 


7,949,013 


23,411,135 


29,047,100 


27,356,357 



*0n May 28, 1971 the Department of Highways and Department of Transport were amalgamated as the Department 
of Transportation and Communications. However, for the balance of fiscal year 1972, expenditures and accounting 
records continued to be maintained separately. Consequently, this presentation reflects that pohcy. 



368 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2301 

1 

2 
3 


$ 

316,000 
241,000 
176,000 
213,000 
670,000 
50,000 


$ 


1 

316,000 
241,000 
176,000 
213,000 
670,000 
50,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 

Accounting Services 

Personnel Services 


$ 

299,956 
229,945 
120,979 


4 

5 


Systems and Procedures Services 


210,290 
643,575 


6 


Data Processing Services 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 






1,666,000 




1,666.000 


1,504,745 









Program description: 

This program includes the general administration of the Department and such support services as 
cannot be allocated directly to other programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



369 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 2301 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 199,849 

Employee benefits 13,752 

Transportation and communication 15,555 

Services 47,650 

Supplies and equipment 23,150 

299,956 



Accounting Services (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 194,000 

Employee benefits 28,504 

Transportation and communication 656 

Services 3,888 

Supplies and equipment 2,897 



229.945 



Personnel Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages | 103,590 

Employee benefits 11 ,561 

Transportation and communication 2,099 

Services 2,912 

Supplies and equipment 817 



120,979 



Systems and Procedures Services 
(Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Administrative Services (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Data Processing Services (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Less : Recoveries from other Activities 
and other Departments 

Total for Departmental 
Administration Program 



193,012 

12,887 

2,751 

1,043 

597 



210,290 



276,620 
30,270 

221,349 
57,396 
57,940 



643,575 



$ 541,627 

39,837 

1,000 

181,658 

237,890 


1,002,012 
1.002,012 


$ 1,504,745 



370 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2302 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


$ 

3,348,000 
1,324,000 
1,922,000 
3,158,000 
709,000 
768,000 


$ 


$ 

3.348,000 
1,324,000 
1,922,000 
3,158,000 
709,000 
768,000 


VEHICLES AND DRIVERS 
PROGRAM 

Driver Examination 

Licensing of Drivers 

Driver Control 

Registration of Vehicles 

Vehicle Safety Inspection 

Highway Safety Co-ordination and 

Promotion 

Total for Vehicles and Drivers 


$ 

3,308,609 
1,322,368 
1,818,986 
3.157,316 
664,644 

741,279 




11.229,000 




11.229.000 


11,013.202 



Program description: 

This program involves the hcensing of vehicles and drivers; regulation of vehicle safety standards and 
equipment; the improvement of drivers; and the promotion of safety on the highway. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



371 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

VEHICLES AND DRIVERS PROGRAM — VOTE 2302 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Driver Examination (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 2,784,478 

Employee benefits 238,259 

Transportation and communication 141,479 

Services 107,601 

Supplies and equipment 36,792 



3.308.609 



Licensing of Drivers (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 447,748 

Employee benefits 33,866 

Transportation and communication 235,514 

Services 576,883 

Supplies and equipment 28,357 



1,322,368 



Driver Control (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,043,188 

Employee benefits 80,492 

Transportation and communication 16,194 

Services 617,287 

Supplies and equipment 61,825 



1,818.986 



Registration of Vehicles (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 ,688,709 

Employee benefits 1 19,658 

Transportation and communication 66,136 

Services 296,058 

Supplies and equipment 986,755 

3,157,316 

Vehicle Safety Inspection (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 495,861 

Employee benefits 36,975 

Transportation and communication 41 ,758 

Services 35,227 

Supplies and equipment 54,823 

664,644 

Highway Safety Co-ordination and 
and Promotion (Item 6) 

Salaries and wages $ 204,395 

Employee benefits 16,023 

Transportation and communication 31 ,246 

Services 350,370 

Supplies and equipment 89,245 

Transfer payments 

Highway safety associations 50,000 

741,279 

Total for Vehicles and 

Drivers Program $ 11 ,013,202 



372 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


2303 








COMMON CARRIERS PROGRAM 




1 


348,000 




348,000 


Ontario Highway Transport Board 


322,702 


2 


296,000 




296,000 


P. V. and P.C. V. Licensing 


287,903 


3 


2,002.000 




2,002,000 


P.V. and P.C.V. Enforcement 


2,001,844 




2,646,000 




2,646,000 


Total for Common Carriers 


2,612,449 



Program description: 

This program comprises the licensing of for-hire transport under The Public Commercial Vehicles Act, 
The Public Vehicles Act and The Motor Vehicle Transport Act (Canada) and includes the enforcement of 
the said Acts and the weight and size provisions of The Highway Traffic Act. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



373 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

COMMON CARRIERS PROGRAM — VOTE 2303 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Ontario Highway Transport Board 

(Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 279,880 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

P.V. and P.C.V. Licensing (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 238,462 

Employee benefits 18,985 

Transportation and communication 46 

Services 18,177 

Supplies and equipment 12,233 



22,351 
4,007 
7,817 
8,647 


322,702 



287.903 



P.V. and P.C.V. Enforcement (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 1,567,190 

Employee benefits 131 ,977 

Transportation and communication 101,869 

Services 59,226 

Supplies and equipment 141,582 

2,001,844 

Total for Common Carriers 

Program $ 2,612,449 



374 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2304 

1 


$ 
1,269,000 


$ 


$ 
1,269,000 


MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT 
CLAIMS PROGRAM 

Motor Vehicle Accident Claims 


$ 
1,268,702 




Payments from the Motor Vehicle 

Accident Claims Fund 

Total for Motor Vehicle Accident 
Claims 




S 


1,269.000 
8,769,000 




1,269,000 
8,769,000 


1,268.702 
7,949,013 




10,038,000 




10,038,000 


9 217 715 









Program description: 

The administration of The Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act in respect of the adjustment of claims 
and payment of damages occasioned by the operation of stolen, unidentified and uninsured motor vehicles 
is carried out under this program. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



375 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT CLAIMS PROGRAM — VOTE 2304 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Motor Vehicle Accident Claims (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 413,290 

Employee benefits 30,155 

Transportation and communication 6,789 

Services 803,660 

Supplies and equipment 14,808 

1,268,702 

Charges 

Payments from the Motor Vehicle 

Accident Claims Fund 7,949,013 

Total for Motor Vehicle 

Accident Claims Program $ 9,217,715 



376 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 



Appropriations 



Estimates 



Management 

Board 

Approvals 



Total 



Program and Activities 



Actual 



2305 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
103-3 



175,000 
160,000 
420,000 
180,000 



788,000 

(Transferred from 

Department 

of Agriculture 

and Food) 



1,723,000 



,649,000 



96,100 



1,745,100 



175,000 
160,000 
2,069,000 
180,000 
788,000 
96.100 



3,468,100 



TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM 

Legal Services 

Economic Analysis 

Research Services 

Engineering Services 

Airstrip Development 

Ontario Telephone Service 

Total for Transportation 



159,265 
149,351 
2,037,595 
154,889 
423,587 
83,559 



3,008,246 



Program description: 

This program includes representation by the Province before Federal agencies, provides services to 
the Department of a research and legal nature, administers the airstrip program and provides traffic 
engineering services to municipalities. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



377 



XXIV. — DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 
(TRANSPORT) — Continued 

TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM — VOTE 2305 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Legal Services (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 1 19,918 

Employee benefits 8,413 

Transportation and communication 2,325 

Services . . 25,191 

Supplies and equipment 3,418 

159,265 



Economic Analysis (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 107,616 

Employee benefits 6,997 

Transportation and communication 10,242 

Services 14,365 

Supplies and equipment 10,131 



149,351 



Research Services (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 242,476 

Employee benefits 15,930 

Transportation and communication 10,128 

Services 359,492 

Supplies and equipment 1,409,569 



2,037,595 



Engineering Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 126,218 

Employee benefits 10,399 

Transportation and communication 4,096 

Services 8,993 

Supplies and equipment 5,183 

154,889 

Airstrip Development (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 111 ,620 

Employee benefits 6,044 

Transportation and communication 42,910 

Services 31 ,448 

Supplies and equipment 36,888 

Acquisition/Construction of physical assets.. . 61,072 
Transfer payments 

Assistance for Airstrip Development 133,605 

423,587 

Ontario Telephone Service (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 63,681 

Employee benefits 5,426 

Transportation and communication 11,200 

Services 2,423 

Supplies and equipment 829 

83,559 

Total for Transportation 

Program $ 3,008,246 



XXV. 



DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS 

FISCAL YEAR. 1971-72 



TABLE OF eONTENTS 

PAGE 

Statement of Revenue 380 

Statement of Expenditure 

Departmental Administration 382 

Policy Planning 384 

Economic and Statistical Services 386 

Finance 388 

Government Accounting 390 

Government Benefit Plans 392 

Computer Services 394 

Supervision of Employers' Pension Plans 396 

Regulation of Horse Racing 398 

Statutory 382, 388, 390, 392 

Debt Transactions — Principal, Interest, Etc. (Statutory) 389 

Summary 381 



[379 



380 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

XXV. — DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS 
General Revenue for Fiscal Year 1972 

$ $ 

Government of Canada 

Post-Secondary Education Adjustment Payment 157,187,848 

Second Language Instruction Program 16,687,673 

Annual Subsidy per Capita, B.N. A. Act, 1907 4,241,656 

Annual Subsidy B.N. A. Act, 1907 240,000 

Annual Subsidy (Debt Allowance), 47 Vic, Cap. 4 142,414 

Common School Fund— interest 72,633 178,572,224 

Recovery of Prior Year's Expenditures 

Grants to housing authority 54,168 

Other 11,663 65,831 

Royalties 

Water power 9,172,521 

Fees, Licences and Permits 

Pension Commission of Ontario 108,371 

Miscellaneous 52,586 



General Revenue 187,971 ,533 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



381 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



1970-71 
Actual 


Programs 


1971-72 


Appropria- 
tions 


Actual 


$ 




$ 


$ 


396,096 


Departmental Administration 


567,000 


519,773 


2,963,033 


Policy Planning 


3,413,000 


3,130,324 


1,834,355 


Economic and Statistical Services 


2,420,000 


2,221,675 


1,354,878,165 


Finance 


775,715,000 


966,025,693 


80,767,223 


Government Accounting 


122,328,000 


121,214,141 


81,751,927 


Government Benefit Plans 


47,242,000 


47,398,214 


306,909 


Computer Services 


250,000 


121,858 


206,286 
2,272,943 


Supervision of Employers' Pension Plans 
Regulation of Horse Racing 

Department Total 


229,000 223,075 

(Transferred to 

Department of 

Financial and 

Commercial 

Affairs) 


1,525,376,937 


952,164,000 


1,140,854,753 


1,481,461,969 


Less: Statutory Appropriations 
TOTAL 

Accounting Classification 


923,177,000 


1,113,020,873 


43,914,968 


28,987,000 


27,833,880 








378,066,139 


Total General Expenditure 


387,686,000 


408,531,899 


959,191,532 


Total Disbursements 


416,873,000 


490,502,131 


103,184,930 


Total Charges 


147,605,000 


147,105,282 


84,934,336 


Total Debt Transactions — Retirements 

{See Disbursements and Charges and Debt Trans- 
actions — Retirements, Pages 26 to 28) 




94,715,441 


1,525,376,937 


952,164,000 


1,140,854,753 



382 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2401 

1 


1 
342.000 


$ 
210,000 


$ 
552,000 


DEPARTMENTAL 
ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM 

Main Office 


$ 
503,899 




Minister's Salary 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Departmental 

Administration 




S 

s 


342,000 
15,000 


210,000 


552,000 
15.000 


503,899 

15,000 

874 




357,000 


210,000 


567,000 


519,773 









Program description: 

This program consists of the Office of the Treasurer of Ontario and Minister of Economics and 
the Office of the Deputy Treasurer of Ontario and Deputy Minister of Economics. Other support services 
are provided by the Administration Program of the Department of Revenue. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



383 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

DEPARTMENTAL ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM — VOTE 2401 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Main Office (Item 1 ) 

Salaries and wages I 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 

Grant to St. John Ambulance 

Association $ 40,000 

Grant to Ontario Society for 

the Prevention of Cruelty 

to Animals 20,000 

Minister's Salary 

Parhamentary Assistant's Salary 

Total for Departmental 
Administration Program $ 



209,118 
63,040 
39,103 

108,663 
23,975 



60,000 



503,899 

15,000 

874 



519.773 



384 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2402 

1 
2 


$ 

126,000 
186,000 
695,000 
532,000 
1,778,000 


$ 

66,000 
30,000 


$ 

126,000 
186,000 
761,000 
562,000 
1,778,000 


POLICY PLANNING PROGRAM 

Administration 

Federal-Provincial Affairs 


$ 

121,645 
166,123 


3 
4 
5 


Taxation and Fiscal Policy 

Economic Planning 

Regional Development 

Total for Policy Planning 


760,253 

554,475 

1,527,828 




3,317,000 


96,000 


3,413,000 


3,130,324 









Program description: 

Within this program the Department undertakes research and prepares recommendations for the 
government's policy on fiscal and economic matters, intergovernmental relations and regional development. 
It also covers planning and co-ordination of the preparation of the provincial budget. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



385 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

POLICY PLANNING PROGRAM — VOTE 2402 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



121,645 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 93,767 

Employee benefits 6,046 

Transportation and communication 7,475 

Services 11 ,902 

Supplies and equipment 2,455 

Federal-Provincial Affairs (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 136,285 

Employee benefits 10,067 

Transportation and communication 14,296 

Services 4,887 

Supplies and equipment 588 

Taxation and Fiscal Policy (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 500,663 

Employee benefits 35,660 

Transportation and communication 38,418 

Services 171,855 

Supplies and equipment 13,657 



166,123 



760,253 



Economic Planning (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Regional Development (Item 5) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Transfer payments 
Grants to Regional 

Development Councils $ 356,000 

Grant to Intergovernmental 
Committee on Urban and 
Regional Research 22,767 

Total for Policy Planning 

Program $ 



438,950 
31,114 
12,837 
32,914 
38,660 



554,475 



817,021 
56,698 
59,581 

175,210 
40,551 



378,767 



1,527,828 



3,130,324 



386 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



\ XV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2403 

1 
2 


$ 

65,000 
645,000 
936,000 
354,000 


420,000 


65,000 

645,000 

1,356.000 

354,000 


ECONOMIC AND STATISTICAL 
SERVICES PROGRAM 

Administration 

Ontario Statistical Centre 


$ 

51,840 
599.461 


3 
4 


Systems and Programming 

Economic Analysis 

Total for Economic and 

Statistical Services 


1.258,045 
312,329 




2,000,000 


420,000 


2,420,000 


2,221,675 









Program description: 

Within this program statistical services, econometric analyses and computer systems development 
are provided in support of other programs. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



387 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

ECONOMIC AND STATISTICAL SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 2403 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 



46,673 

3,142 

821 

274 

930 

51,840 



Ontario Statistical Centre (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 506,644 

Employee benefits 36,590 

Transportation and communication 12,929 

Services 16,053 

Supplies and equipment 27,245 



599,461 



Systems and Programming (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 384,472 

Employee benefits 30,443 

Transportation and communication 5,704 

Services 834,431 

Supplies and equipment 2,995 

1,258,045 

Economic Analysis (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 234,999 

Employee benefits 17,759 

Transportation and communication 5,576 

Services 51,968 

Supplies and equipment 2,027 

312,329 

Total for Economic and Statistical 

Services Program $ 2,221,675 



388 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




1 


$ 


$ 




$ 


2404 








FINANCE PROGRAM 




1 


44,000 




44,000 


Finance Executive 


40,630 


2 


115,000 




115,000 


Finance Management 


92,249 


3 


114,000 




114,000 


Securities Control 


108,696 




273,000 




273,000 


241,575 


S 


358,569,000 




358,569,000 


Public Debt 


380,566,546 


s 








Debt Transactions — Retirements 


94.715,441 


s 


416,873,000 




416,873,000 


Development Loans 

Total for Finance 


490,502,131 




775.715.000 




775.715,000 


966,025,693 







Program description: 

Under this program all matters relating to the cash flow and the Public Debt of Ontario are 
administered, including new bond issues, the servicing of existing debt and the management of certain 
capital aid corporations. Studies on trends in public finance are conducted as part of this program and 
liaison is maintained on financial and debt matters with The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario and Ontario Crown Corporations and Commissions. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



389 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

FINANCE PROGRAM — VOTE 2404 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Finance Executive (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 36,847 

Employee benefits 2,035 

Transportation and communication 773 

Services 673 

Supplies and equipment 302 

40,630 

Finance Management (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 82,559 

Employee benefits 5,980 

Transportation and communication 172 

Services 1 ,055 

Supplies and equipment 2,483 

92.249 

Securities Control (Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 97,204 

Employee benefits 8,322 

Transportation and communication 146 

Services 2,045 

Supplies and equipment 979 

108,696 



Public Debt 
Statutory Appropriations 

Interest on Securities issued 

(1) for provincial account $ 220,166,854 

(2) for The Hydro-Electric Power 

Commission of Ontario 63,178,836 

(3) to Teachers' Superannuation Fund 38,814,875 

(4) to Ontario Municipal Employees' 

Retirement Fund 14,138,600 

Interest on Public Service Superannuation 

Fund 26,493,811 

Interest on Savings Office deposits 8,010,430 

Other 9,763.140 

380,566,546 



Debt Transactions 

Statutory Appropriations 

Debt Transactions — Retirements 

Stock and debentures 

Bank loans 



$ 58,715,441 
36,000,000 

94,715,441 



Development Loans 

Statutory Appropriations 

Disbursements 

The Ontario Education Capital Aid 

Corporation $ 198,276.000 

The Ontario Universities Capital Aid 

Corporation 178,814.000 

The Ontario Municipal Improvement 

Corporation 7,536,000 

Tile Drainage Debentures (The Tile 

Drainage Act) 5,876.000 

Municipal and School Tax Credit Assistance . 131 

Special Advance to The Hydro-Electric 

Power Commission of Ontario (Secured) . . 100,000.000 

490.502,131 
Total for Finance Program $ 966,025.693 



390 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


2405 








GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING 
PROGRAM 




1 


43,000 


51,000 


94,000 


Administration 


87,838 
325,515 


2 


282,000 


51,000 


333,000 


Government Accounting Services 


3 


267,000 




267,000 


Government Accounting Systems 

Services 


262,852 


4 


812,000 


17,000 


829,000 


Government Banking and Cheque 

Writing Services 


828,676 




1,404,000 


119,000 


1,523,000 


1,504,881 


S 


120,805,000 




120,805,000 


Payments from Deposit, Trust and 
Reserve Accounts 


119 708 839 


s 








Accounts Written Off 


421 




Total for Government 

Accounting 






122,209,000 


119,000 


122,328,000 


121,214,141 



Program description: 

This program covers the activities of the agency responsible for the development and maintenance 
of government-wide accounting and financial systems and includes the maintenance of overall financial 
records, the development, on request, of accounting systems for central agencies or other departments 
as well as the central cashiering and disbursement functions, including payments from Deposit, Trust 
and Reserve Accounts. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



391 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING PROGRAM — VOTE 2405 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 77,494 

Employee benefits 4,267 

Transportation and communication 1,295 

Services 1,125 

Supplies and equipment 3,657 



87.838 



Government Accounting Services 
(Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ ,282,702 

Employee benefits 21,987 

Transportation and communication 2,671 

Services 11 ,076 

Supplies and equipment 7,079 



325,515 



Government Accounting Systems Services 

(Item 3) 

Salaries and wages $ 239,362 

Employee benefits 16,852 

Transportation and communication 1,207 

Services 4,429 

Supplies and equipment 1,002 



262,852 



Government Banking and Cheque Writing 
Services (Item 4) 

Salaries and wages $ 472,816 

Employee benefits 40,573 

Transportation and communication 84,038 

Services 215,454 

Supplies and equipment 15,795 

828,676 

Payments from Deposit, 

Trust and Reserve Accounts 

Statutory Appropriations 

Charges 

Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement 

Fund $ 13,600,000 

Ontario Hospital Services 

Commission — Special Account 105,380,000 

Queen Elizabeth II Ontario Scholarship 

Fund (Income Account) 24,737 

Ontario Heritage Foundation (Income 

Account) 9,847 

Security Bond Forfeitures 

Real Estate Brokers 25,200 

Used Car Dealers 104,000 

Miscellaneous 565,055 

119,708,839 

Statutory Appropriations 
Accounts written off 421 

Total for Government 

Accounting Program % 121,214,141 



392 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2406 

1 


1 

20,144,000 
168,000 


$ 
15,000 


$ 

20,144,000 
183,000 


GOVERNMENT BENEFIT PLANS 
PROGRAM 

Government Pension Funds 


$ 
19 699 772 


2 


Government Group Insurance 

Government Pension Funds 

Government Group Insurance 

Total for GovernmentBenefit Plans 


169,499 


S 

s 


20,312,000 
26,915,000 


15,000 


20,327,000 
26,915,000 


19,869.271 
27,600,692 

(71,749) 




47,227,000 


15,000 


47,242,000 


47,398,214 



Program description: 

Within this program the Government's Group Insurance Plan is managed and the pensions payable 
under The Public Service Superannuation Act and The Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Act 
are administered. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



393 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

GOVERNMENT BENEFIT PLANS PROGRAM — VOTE 2406 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Government Pension Funds (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 467,704 

Employee benefits 

Contribution to health, 
hospital and life insurance 
premiums for certain retired 
employees and dependants 

of former employees $ 599,985 

Other employee benefits 37,148 637,133 

Transportation and communication 2,977 

Services 24,704 

Supplies and equipment 64,790 

Transfer payments 

Provision to increase, where 

applicable, annual 

allowances under The 

Pubhc Service 

Superannuation Act to 

$2,100 and $1,050 for 

former contributors and 

their dependants. These 

minimum benefits 

include, in certain cases, 

any benefit entitlement 

under the Canada Pension 

Plan and actuarially 

reduced, will also apply to 

annuitants with ten or 

more years of service and 

their dependants $ 2,089,449 

Provision for supplementary 

retirement benefits of from 

2% to 50% of annual 

allowances or annuities 

under The Pubhc Service 

Superannuation Act for 

certain retired employees 

and dependants of 

former employees 1,872,614 3,962,063 



Employee benefits 

(Government contributions) 
The Public Service 

Superannuation Act $ 27,132,389 

Canada Pension Plan 14,394,427 

Payment on Unfunded 

Liability of The Public 

Service Superannuation 

Fund 14,540,400 

56,067,216 
Less: Recoveries from 

Departments 41,526,815 



14,540,401 
19,699,772 



Statutory Appropriations 

Employee benefits 

(Government contributions) 
The Public Service 

Superannuation Act $ 89,071 

Contribution to Legislative 
Assembly Retirement 

Allowances Account 106,860 

Payments under Section 19 of 
The Pubhc Service 
Superannuation Amendment 

Act 8,318 

Charges 

Payments from Public 
Service Superai.: iai!< ^ 

Fund 27,222,851 

Payments from Legislative 
Assembly Retirement 
Allowances Account 173,592 



Government Group Insurance (Item 2) 

Salaries and wages $ 

Employee benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment 

Employee benefits 

(Government contributions) 

Group Life Insurance $ 707,860 

Long Term Income 

Protection 866,718 

Ontario Health Services 

Insurance 4,144,484 

Ontario Hospital Services 

Commission 2,055,880 

Ontario Health Insurance 

Plan 1,918,339 

Unemployment Insurance 

Commission 665,884 

10,359,165 
Less : Recoveries from 

Departments 10,359,165 



27,600,692 



47,300,464 



62,318 

5,240 

65 

100,266 

1,610 

169,499 



Statutory Appropriations 
Employee benefits (Government 
contributions) 
Unemployment Insurance Commission 
Less : Recoveries from Departments and 
Employees 



169,499 



(71,749) 



97,750 



Total for Government Benefit 
Plans Program $ 47,398,214 



394 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2407 

1 


$ 
250,000 


$ 


$ 
250,000 


COMPUTER SERVICES 
PROGRAM 

Data Processing Services 

Total for Computer Services 


121,858 




250,000 




250,000 


121,858 



Program description: 

The Computer Services Centre provides data processing facilities to a number of departments. 
Programming support is provided to user departments which do not have own systems and programming 
services. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



395 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 
COMPUTER SERVICES PROGRAM — VOTE 2407 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Data Processing Services (Item 1) . 

Salaries and wages $ 694,105 

Employee benefits 51 ,403 

Transportation and communication 19,671 

Services 1,027,135 

Supplies and equipment 81,781 

1,874.095 
Less: Recoveries from other Activities 

and other Departments 1,752,237 

Total for Computer Services 

Program $ 121,858 



396 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2408 
1 


$ 
229,000 


$ 


% 
229,000 


SUPERVISION OF EMPLOYERS' 
PENSION PLANS PROGRAM 

Administration 


223 075 




Total for Supervision of 

Employers' Pension Plans 






229,000 




229,000 


223,075 



Program description: 

Within this program the administration of the provisions of The Pension Benefits Act is carried 
out including the registration of pension plans covering employees in Ontario. The Pension Commission 
supervises the terms of registered pension plans to ensure that portabihty of pension rights, funding of 
the plans, and investment of the funds of the plans are within the terms of the Act. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



397 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 
SUPERVISION OF EMPLOYERS' PENSION PLANS PROGRAM — VOTE 2408 

Details of Expenditure by Activity and Standard Accounts Classification 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Administration (Item 1) 

Salaries and wages $ 176,300 

Employee benefits 14,116 

Transportation and communication 4,412 

Services 22,506 

Supplies and equipment 5,741 

Total for Supervision of 
Employers' Pension Plans 

Program $ 223,075 



398 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



XXV.— DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS— Continued 

STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURE BY PROGRAM AND ACTIVITY 

for the year ended March 31, 1972 



VOTE 

and 
Item 


Appropriations 


Program and Activities 




Estimates 


Management 

Board 

Approvals 


Total 


Actual 


2409 

1 


2,382,000 


$ 
(2,382,000) 


$ 

(Transferred to 

Department of 

Financial and 

Commercial 

Affairs) 


REGULATION OF HORSE 
RACING PROGRAM 

Administration 


$ 




Total for Regulation of 

Horse Racing 






2,382,000 


(2,382,000) 







Program description: 

This program is administered by the Ontario Racing Commission under The Racing Commission 
Act. 

The Commission governs, directs, controls and regulates horse racing in Ontario. The Commission 
also registers colours, contracts, and partnerships and employs stewards, veterinarians, judges and clerks 
at the tracks. 

Grants are made to encourage the horse racing industry in Ontario through this program. 



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ONTARIO 



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To The Honourable William Ross Macdonald, P.C, CD., Q.C., LL.D. 

Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Ontario. 



May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the supplementary 
information to the Pubhc Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the fiscal 
year ended March 31st, 1972, in accordance with the requirements of The 
Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs Act, 1972. 



Respectfully submitted. 



XduuLifl^gjoU 



C. S. MacNaughton, 

Treasurer of Ontario, 
Minister of Economics and 
Intergovernmental Affairs. 



Toronto, December 31, 1972. 



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INDEX TO STATEMENTS 

Page 

Housing Corporation Limited 6-7 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, The 9-21 

Liquor Control Board of Ontario 22-27 

Milk and Cream Producers, The Fund for 29 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation 30-31 

Ontario Development Corporation 32 37 

Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation, The 38-39 

Ontario Housing Corporation 40-45 

Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation, The 46-49 

Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation, The 50-51 

Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 52-55 

Ontario Student Housing Corporation 56-59 

Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation, The 60-61 

Ontario Water Resources Commission 62-67 

Province of Ontario Savings Office, The 68-70 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



HOUSING CORPORATION LIMITED 

Balance Sheet 
March 31, 1972 

1972 
Assets 

Cash 

Term deposits 

Mortgages receivable, including interest (note 1) 



Liabilities 

Accounts payable $ 

Fees held in trust 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario 



Shareholders' Equity 

Capital stock — authorized and issued 

10 shares, no par value 

Retained earnings 



1971 



$ 


6,134,097 
146,164,911 


$ 


93,875 

437,751 

61,818,392 


$ 


152,299.008 


$ 


62,350,018 


$ 


8,822,764 

18,067 

142,590,000 


$ 


12,645,288 

19,122 

49,490,000 




151,430,831 

10 
868,167 




62,154.410 

10 
195,598 


$ 


152,299.008 


$ 


62,350,018 



On behalf of the Board 




c 



E. E. CLOW. 

Director. 




PAUL R. GOYETTE, 
Director. 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements. 

AUDITOR'S REPORT TO THE SHAREHOLDERS 

I have examined the balance sheet of Housing Corporation Limited as at March 31, 1972 and the 
statement of earnings and retained earnings for the year ended on that date. My examination included 
a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting 
evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the company as at 
March 31, 1972 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied, except for the change referred to in Note 2, on a basis consistent 
with that of the preceding year. 



.^^^^^^J^^^^^^^:^-— ' ^^.^ 



Toronto, Ontario, 
August 30, 1972. 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



HOUSING CORPORATION LIMITED 

Statement of Earnings and Retained Earnings 
Year ended March 31, 1972 



Revenue — 

Interest earned on mortgages . 

Fees earned 

Sundry revenue 



Expenditure — 

Interest 

Legal and collection fees . . . 
Administration fees (note 2) 



Net Earnings for the Year 

Retained earnings, beginning of year. 



1972 

$ 8,783,592 $ 
61,511 
4,769 


1971 
2,023,548 


8,849,872 


2,023,548 


7,459,963 
717,340 


1,870,077 
410 


8,177,303 


1.870,487 


672,569 
195,598 


153,061 
42,537 


$ 868,167 $ 


195,598 



Retained Earnings, End of Year 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements. 



HOUSING CORPORATION LIMITED 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1972 

1. A major part of the Corporation's lending program consists of making mortgage loans to developers 
for the purpose of constructing condominium projects. As condominium projects are completed 
and individual units are sold, unit ownership is transferred to the purchaser who then assumes 
responsibility for the portion of the developer's mortgage applicable to the unit so purchased. 
A further significant aspect of the program consists of making mortgage loans to individuals to 
enable them to construct homes on land acquired under Ontario Housing Corporation's H.O.M.E. 
Plan. The Corporation holds both first and second mortgages. 

The distribution of March 31 mortgage receivable balances, as between developers and individuals, 
is as follows: 

1972 1971 

Loans to developers $ 110,223,887 $ 50,617,176 

Loans to individuals 35,941,024 11,201,216 



$ 146,164,911 $ 61,818,392 



During the year ended March 31, 1972 Ontario Housing Corporation adopted a policy of charging 
Housing Corporation Limited with the cost of administrative services provided. An amount of 
$717,340 was agreed upon between the two corporations. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Statement of Operations 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1971 (with comparative figures for 1970) 



Revenues 

from Municipalities . . . 
from Retail Customers . 
from Direct Customers 



Costs 

Operation, maintenance, and administration 

Fuel used for electric generation 

Power purchased (note 1) 

Nuclear agreement — payback (note 2) 

Interest (note 3) 

Depreciation (note 4) 

Debt retirement 

Amortization of frequency standardization 

Sales of secondary energy (note 1) 

Total before reserve provision/withdrawal 604,944 516,486 

Provisions and withdrawals — reserve for stabilization of rates and 
contingencies : 

Interest added to the reserve 15,562 13,688 

Provision (withdrawal) — all customers (12,064) 7,700 

Withdrawal to offset net deficit on sales to retail and direct 

customers (1 .693) (3,448) 



1971 


1970 


$'000 


$'000 


373,350 


326,753 


138,460 


120,531 


94,939 


87,142 


606,749 


534,426 


199,604 


170,086 


112,369 


84,002 


31,369 


32,407 


2,236 


— 


129,103 


117,835 


80,336 


65,290 


52,543 


47,640 


20,324 


18,729 


(22,940) 


(19,503) 



606,749 534,426 



See accompanying notes 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 



ASSETS 



Fixed Assets 

Fixed assets in service, at cost (note 2) . 

Less accumulated depreciation 

Fixed assets under construction, at cost 





Balance 


as at December 31, 1971 


1971 
$'000 


1970 
$'000 


4,286,294 
762,071 


3,898,965 
701,251 


3,524,223 
776,097 


3,197,714 
689,218 


4,300,320 


3,886,932 



Investments (note 5) 

Investments held for — 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 

Debt retirement fund 

Employer's liability insurance fund 



Current Assets 

Cash and short-term investments (note 6) . . 

Accounts receivable (note 2) 

Fuel for electric generation, at cost (note 7), 
Materials and supplies, at cost 



Deferred Charges and Other Assets 

Frequency standardization cost, less amounts written off. 

Debt discount expense, less amounts written off 

Long-term accounts receivable 

Other assets 



202,830 

51,547 

4,177 


207,264 

50.139 

4,170 


258,554 


261,573 


150,448 

138,487 

79,929 

29,496 


151,450 
94,024 
69,175 

27,789 


398,360 


342,438 


48,896 
37,378 
10,071 
10,147 


66,813 

34,613 

9,158 

11,081 


106,492 


121,665 


5,063,726 


4,612,608 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



^ .Jf-ONTARIO 



SECRETARY 



E. B. EASSON, 

Secretarv. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



11 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



Sheet 

(with comparative figures for 1970) 



DEBT, EQUITY, AND LIABILITIES 



Debt from Borrowings 

Bonds payable (note 8) '. 

Notes payable (note 9) 

Advances from the Province of Ontario (note 10) 



1971 


1970 


$'000 


$'000 


3,418,179 
217,100 


3,054,760 

220,750 

701 


3,635,279 


3,276,211 



Equity 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement charges 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 

Contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance for rural 
construction (note 11) 



818,725 
252,940 

126,695 



1,198.360 



766,189 
247,829 

124.796 



1,138,814 



Current Liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued charges , 

Accrued interest 



147,507 
71.786 



219.293 



127,306 
60,259 



187.565 



Deferred Liabilities 

Customers' deposits 

Employer's liability insurance fund 



2.874 
7,920 


3,116 
6,902 


10.794 


10,018 


5,063.726 


4.612.608 



See accompanying notes 

AUDITORS' REPORT 

We have examined the balance sheet of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as at 
December 31, 1971 and the statements of operations and source and application of funds for the year 
then ended. Our examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests 
of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Commission as at 
December 31, 1971 and the results of its operations and the source and application of its funds for the 
year then ended. 



CLARKSON. GORDON & CO.. 

Chartered Accountants. 



Toronto, Canada, March 30, 1972. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Statement of Source and Application of Funds 
for the Year Ended December 31, 1971 (with comparative figures for 1970) 



SOURCE OF FUNDS 



Operations 

Depreciation charged — 

Directly to operations 

Indirectly to operations and fixed assets under construction . . 

Debt retirement 

Amortization of frequency standardization cost, less interest on the 

account 

Interest — reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies .... 
Provision (withdrawal) — reserve for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 

Amortization of discount on bonds and notes payable 

Sales to retail and direct customers — net deficit 

Other items — net 

Proceeds from issues of bonds and notes, less retirements 

Amounts held in cash and investments — 

net decrease (increase) 

Increases in accounts and interest payable 

Other items — net 

APPLICATION OF FUNDS 

Expenditures on fixed assets — net 

Increases in accounts receivable 

Increases in fuel, materials, and supplies 



1971 


1970 


$'000 


$'000 


80,336 
10,439 
52,543 


65.290 

9.630 

47.640 


17,916 
15,562 


15.820 
13.688 


(12.064) 

3,956 

(1.693) 

50 


7.700 
7,389 

(3,448) 
726 


167,045 


164,435 


355,912 


366,307 


3,781 


(25,692) 


359,693 


340.615 


31,728 
1.642 


41,348 
155 


560,108 


546,553 


502,271 
45,375 
12,462 


504,907 
11,134 
30,512 


560.108 


546.553 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 13 

THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

1. Interchange of Power 

Power purchased and sales of secondary energy include amounts arising from interconnection arrangements 
for the exchange of power with other power production authorities. 

2. Nuclear Agreement — Pickering Units 1 and 2 

The Commission, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, and the Province of Ontario are parties to a joint 
undertaking for the construction and operation of units 1 and 2 of Pickering nuclear generating station. 
Based on current estimates of final costs of construction, approximately 32% of the final capital cost 
is to be financed by the Commission, 37% by Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, and 31% by the Province 
of Ontario, ownership of the units being vested in the Commission. Contributions by Atomic Energy of 
Canada Limited and the Province of Ontario to December 31, 1971 amount to $240,382,000 (including 
$48,398,000 receivable from the two parties at that date) and these have been deducted in arriving at the 
value of fixed assets in service in respect of Pickering units 1 and 2. Commencing with the in-service date 
of each of the units (July 29, 1971 for unit 1 and December 30, 1971 for unit 2) the Commission makes 
payments for a period of up to 30 years to each of the parties in proportion to their capital contributions. 
These payments, termed "payback", are calculated in accordance with the agreement and in a broad 
sense provide for payments of amounts representing the net operational advantage of having the power 
generated by Pickering units 1 and 2 as compared with coal-fired units similar to Lambton units 1 and 2. 

3. Interest 

Interest costs consisted of: 



Interest on bonds, notes, and advances 

Less: 

Interest earned on investments 

Interest capitalized 

Interest on unamortized frequency standardization cost 
Miscellaneous interest 



4. Depreciation 

Effective January 1, 1971 the method of providing depreciation on the Commission's fixed assets 
(excluding office and service equipment) was revised. Prior to this date the sinking fund method was used. 
Since January 1, 1971 the method of depreciation was changed so that all future additions to the system 
and the net book value of thermal generating stations in service at the end of 1970 would be depreciated 
using the straight line method. All other assets in service (excluding office and service equipment) 
at the end of 1970 will continue to be depreciated on the sinking fund basis. The straight hne method 
provides better protection against future obsolescence, and this has become a more important factor 
with the increasing proportion of thermal generating facilities with their -shorter operating lives. As a 
result of the change in method, depreciation charged to operations for 1971 is approximately $10,600,000 
more than it would otherwise have been. 

5. Investments 

Investments which are included at amortized cost, consisted of: 



1971 


1970 


$'000 


$'000 


218,589 


188,646 


27,281 

52,591 

2,408 

7,206 


28,224 

34,300 

2,909 

5,378 


129,103 


117,835 



Government and government-guaranteed bonds 
Corporate bonds 



1971 


1970 


$'000 


$'000 


257,559 


260,578 


995 


995 



258.554 261.573 



Market value of these investments at December 31, 1971 was $254,263,000. 



14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS— Continued 

6. Cash and Short-Term Investments 

Cash and short-term investments, with short-term investments recorded at amortized cost (approximately 

market value) consisted of : 



Cash 

Interest-bearing deposits with banks and trust companies 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds 

Corporate obligations 

Chartered bank notes 



1971 


1970 


$'000 


$'000 


7,732 


7,151 


41,961 


82,797 


67,855 


21,605 


27,000 


31,287 


5,900 


8,610 



7. Fuel for Electric Generation 
Inventory of fuel consisted of: 



Coal 

Nuclear fuel 
Fuel oil ... . 



8. Bonds Payable 

(a) The liability for bonds payable consisted of: 



Bonds payable in 

Canadian Currency 

— Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario 

United States Currency 

— Held by the Province of Ontario 

United States Currency 

— Eurodollar Issue 

— Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario 

West German Currency 

— Guaranteed by the Province of Ontario 

Total Bonds payable 

(b) The liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian currency at the rates 
of exchange at time of conversion. When bonds are retired, exchange losses or gains are recorded in the 
reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies. Translated at the rates of exchange which prevailed 
at December 31, 1971 the total liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies would be decreased by 
$28,300,000. 

(c) Bonds maturing in the next five years, including foreign-currency bonds translated to Canadian 
currency at the rate of exchange at the time of conversion, are as follows: 

$'000 

1972 65,611 

1973 64,772 

1974 110.804 

1975 80,979 

1976 171,617 



150,448 


151.450 


1971 


1970 


$'000 


$'000 


73,977 

5,441 

511 


62,377 

6,330 

468 


79,929 


69,175 


1971 
$'000 


1970 
$'000 


2,265,283 


2.014,805 


1,046,755 


999,554 


35,295 


— 


70,846 


40,401 


3,418,179 


3.054,760 



493.783 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 15 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS— Continued 

9. Notes Payable 

Notes payable consisted of $210,950,000 maturing in 1972 and $6,150,000 maturing in 1973. 

10. Advances from the Province of Ontario 

The final repayment of the Advances from the Province of Ontario amounting to $701,000 was made during 
1971. 

11. Contributions from the Province of Ontario as Assistance for Rural Construction 

The Province of Ontario contributed $1,899,000 during 1971 ($2,112,000 in 1970) as assistance for rural 
construction. 



16 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Reserve for Stabilization of 
for the Year Ended 



Balances at beginning of year 

Add: 

Interest for the year at rates approximating those earned on investments held for the 
reserve 

Provision charged to operations 

Net profit on redemption of bonds payable and sale of investments 

Deduct : 

Withdrawal credited to operations 

Withdrawal to offset net deficit on sales to retail and direct customers 

Grant to Ontario Municipal Electric Association 

Balances at end of year 



Held for 
the Benefit 

of all 
Customers 



$'000 
245,511 

15.420 
3,374 



264.305 



[2.064 



12.064 



252.241 



Equities Accumulated through 
for the Year Ended 



Balances at beginning of year 

Add: 

Debt retirement charged to operations 

Equities transferred through annexations 

Equity refunded on annexation of retail distribution facilities 
Balances at end of year 



Municipalities 



$ '000 
543,063 

33.975 
14 



577.052 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



17 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Rates and Contingencies 
December 31, 1971 



Held for the Benefit of (or Recoverable from) Certain Groups of Customers 








Power District 






All 


Direct Customers 




Totals 






Direct 


Former Northern 


Retail 












Municipalities 


Customers 


Ontario Properties 


Customers 


1971 


1970 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


$'000 


1,144 


(5.602) 


7,876 


(1.100) 


247,829 


225,629 


68 


(350) 


493 


(69) 


15,562 


13,688 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7,700 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,374 


4,323 


1,212 


(5,952) 


8,369 


(1.169) 


266,765 


251,340 


— 


— 


— 


— 


12,064 


— 


— 


(1.331) 


— 


3,024 


1,693 


3,448 


68 


— 


— 


— 


68 


63 


68 


(1,331) 


— 


3,024 


13,825 


3,511 


1,144 


(4,621) 


8,369 


(4.193) 


252,940 


247,829 



Debt Retirement Charges 
December 31, 1971 







Totals 


Power 
District 






1971 


1970 


$ '000 


$'000 


$'000 


223,126 


766,189 


718,699 


18,568 


52,543 


47,640 


(14) 


— 


— 


(7) 


(7) 


(150) 


241,673 


818,725 


766,189 



18 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Bonds payable in Canadian currency 
as at December 31, 1971 

Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest by the Province of Ontario 

















Principal 














Outstanding 


Date 


Callable 




Interest 


December 31, 


of Maturity 


on or after 


Date of Issue 


Rate 


1971 


July 5, 


1972 






July 5, 1967 


% 
6 


$ 
14,687,000 


Sept. 20, 


1972 


— 




Sept. 20 


1967 


6^2 


11,950,000 


Mar. 15. 


1973 


— 




Mar. 15 


1967 


5% 


10,809,500 


June 15, 


1973 


June 15, 


1971 


June 15 


1950 


3 


53,962,000 


Mar. 18, 


1974 


— 




Mar. 18 


1969 


71/2 


20,000,000 


July 15, 


1974 


July 15, 


1972 


July 15 


1956 


4 


46,255,500 


Oct. 15, 


1974 


Oct. 15, 


1972 


Oct. 15 


1956 


41/2 


24,548,500 


Dec. 1, 


1974 


— 




Dec. 1 


1969 


81/2 


20,000,000 


Aug. 15, 


1975 


Feb. 15, 


1972 


Feb. 15 


1957 


4% 


32,906,000 


Jan. 15, 


1976 


Jan. 15, 


1974 


Jan. 15 


1956 


4 


43,809,500 


♦Sept. 15, 


1976 


— 




Sept. 15 


1970 


8 1/2 


75,000,000 


Oct. 1, 


1976 


— 




Oct. 1 


1969 


81/4 


14,050,000 


Nov. 15, 


1976 


Nov. 15, 


1974 


Nov. 15 


1957 


5 


34,717,000 


Jan. 5, 


1977 


Jan. 5, 


1975 


Jan. 5 


1967 


61/4 


14,960,000 


Mar. 1, 


1977 


Mar. 1, 


1975 


Mar. 1 


1955 


31/2 


38,448,500 


Apr. 1, 


1977 


Apr. 1, 


1974 


Apr. 1 


1957 


5 


74,075,000 


Mar. 1, 


1978 


Mar. 1, 


1976 


Mar. 1 


1958 


41/2 


32,652,000 


Oct. 15, 


1978 


Oct. 15, 


1976 


Oct. 15 


1958 


5 


45,959,500 


May 15, 


1979 


May 15, 


1974 


May 15 


1954 


31/2 


34,492,000 


July 1. 


1979 


— 




July 1 


1959 


5% 


28,811,500 


Oct. 15, 


1979 


Oct. 15, 


1974 


Oct. 15 


1954 


31/2 


49,733,000 


Feb. 15, 


1980 


Feb. 15, 


1978 


Feb. 15 


1960 


6 


26,551,000 


July 15, 


1980 


July 15, 


1978 


July 15 


1960 


51/2 


35,719,000 


Feb. 15, 


1981 


Feb. 15, 


1979 


Feb. 15 


1961 


51/2 


39,660,000 


June 15, 


1982 


June 15, 


1979 


June 15 


1962 


5 


32,458,000 


Mar. 1, 


1983 


Mar. 1, 


1980 


Mar. 1 


1963 


51/4 


40,131,500 


June 15, 


1983 


June 15, 


1979 


June 15 


1963 


5 


51,691,600 


Nov. 15, 


1983 


Nov. 15, 


1980 


Nov. 15 


1961 


51/4 


40,272,000 


Feb. 1, 


1984 


Feb. 1, 


1981 


Feb. 1 


1964 


51/4 


50,253,700 


Oct. 1, 


1984 


Oct. 1, 


1980 


Oct. 1 


1964 


51/4 


54,103,000 


Feb. 1, 


1985 


Feb. 1, 


1981 


Feb. 1 


1965 


51/4 


68,698,500 


July 5, 


1987 


July 5, 


1985 


July 5 


1967 


61/4 


24,082,000 


Jan. 4, 


1988 


Jan. 4, 


1984 


Jan. 4 


1966 


5% 


49,269,500 


Apr. 15, 


1988 


Apr. 15, 


1984 


Apr. 15 


1966 


6 


47,778,000 


July 5, 


1988 


July 5, 


1984 


July 5 


1966 


6 


46,563,000 


Jan. 5, 


1989 


Jan. 5, 


1985 


Jan. 5 


1967 


6 1/4 


38,264,500 


Sept. 20, 


1989 


Sept. 20, 


1985 


Sept. 20 


1967 


6 1/2 


27,501,000 


Mar. 15, 


1990 


Mar. 15, 


1986 


Mar. 15 


1967 


6 


46,258,000 


Apr. 1, 


1992 


Apr. 1, 


1988 


Apr. 1 


1968 


7 


41,495,000 


Aug. 15, 


1992 


Aug. 15, 


1988 


Aug. 15 


1968 


7 


48,060,000 


Sept. 18, 


1992 


Sept. 18, 


1988 


Sept. 18 


1968 


7 


61,370,000 


Mar. 18, 


1994 


Mar. 18, 


1989 


Mar. 18 


1969 


73/4 


29,044,000 


Apr. 1, 


1994 


Apr. 1, 


1990 


Apr. 1 


1970 


9 


47,602,000 


May 1, 


1994 


May 1, 


1989 


May 1 


1969 


7% 


32,610,500 


Oct. 1, 


1994 


Oct. 1, 


1989 


Oct. 1 


1969 


81/4 


24,186,000 


Dec. 1, 


1994 


Dec. 1, 


1989 


Dec. 1 


1969 


8 1/2 


22,065,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



19 



Bonds payable in Canadian currency 
as at December 31, 1971 — concluded 

Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest by the Province of Ontario 











Principal 










Outstanding 


Date 


Callable 




Interest 


December 31, 


of Maturity 


on or after 


Date of Issue 


Rate 


1971 


**Feb. 1, 1995 


Feb. 1, 1990 


Feb. 1, 1970 


% 
9 


$ 
50,000,000 


June 30, 1995 


June 30, 1990 


June 30, 1970 


9 


58,770,000 


Nov. 30, 1995 


Nov. 30, 1990 


Nov. 30, 1970 


8% 


74,000,000 


Feb. 4, 1996 


Feb. 4, 1991 


Feb. 4, 1971 


71/2 


100,000,000 


Apr. 1, 1996 


Apr. 1, 1991 


Apr. 1, 1971 


7% 


60,000,000 


July 21, 1996 


July 21, 1991 


July 21, 1971 


8^4 


75,000,000 


Sept. 15, 1996 


Sept. 15,1991 
in Canadian currency. . 


Sept. 15, 1971 


7% 


100,000,000 


Total bonds payable 


2,265,283,300 



*Exchangeable at the option of the bondholder for an equal principal amount of bonds due September 15, 
1996 such bonds to bear interest at Sy^%. 
**Subject to maturity of any bond on February 1, 1975 if the bondholder so elects. 

Bonds payable in United States currency 
as at December 31, 1971 

Held by the Province of Ontario and having terms identical with issues 
sold in the United States by the Province of Ontario on behalf of the Commission 











Principal 


Date 


Callable 




Interest 


Outstand 


ng 


of Maturity 


on or after 


Date of Issue 


Rate 


December 31 


, 1971 








% 


U.S.I 


CAN. % 


Sept. 1, 1972 


Sept. 1, 1956 


Sept. 1, 1951 


31/4 


37,331,000 


38,974.368 


Feb. 1, 1975 


Feb. 1, 1958 


Feb. 1, 1953 


31/4 


44,976,000 


44,032,868 


Nov. 1, 1978 


Nov. 1, 1958 


Nov. 1, 1953 


3% 


46,583,000 


45,490,870 


Mar. 15, 1980 


Mar. 15, 1959 


Mar. 15, 1954 


31/8 


29,337,000 


28,629,324 


May 15, 1981 


May 15, 1961 


May 15, 1956 


3Vs 


41,718,000 


40,964,717 


Feb. 1, 1984 


Feb. 1, 1969 


Feb. 1, 1959 


43/4 


69,821,000 


67,697,030 


Sept. 15, 1990 


Sept. 15, 1975 


Sept. 15, 1965 


43/4 


48,701,000 


52,414,443 


Apr. 1, 1996 


Apr. 1, 1981 


Apr. 1, 1966 


51/2 


32,946,000 


35,519,908 


Apr. 15, 1997 


Apr. 15, 1982 


Apr. 15, 1967 


5% 


62,144,000 


67,251,461 


Dec. 1, 1997 


Dec. 1, 1982 


Dec. 1, 1967 


(>Vs 


71,745,000 


77,574,528 


Aug. 1, 1998 


Aug. 1, 1983 


Aug. 1. 1968 


7^8 


72,355,000 


77,645,964 


Feb. 15, 1999 


Feb. 15, 1984 


Feb. 15, 1969 


7% 


74,855,000 


80,422,344 


Sept. 1, 1999 


Sept. 1, 1984 


Sept. 1, 1969 


8% 


98,260,000 


105,905,862 


Feb. 15, 2000 


Feb. 15, 1985 


Feb. 15, 1970 


91/4 


99,545,000 


106,762,012 


Aug. 1, 2000 


Aug. 1, 1985 


Aug. 1, 1970 


9^4 


75,000,000 


76,593,750 


May 15, 2001 


May 15, 1986 
ible in United States 


May 15, 1971 
currency — held by 


7.85 
the Province 


100,000,000 


100,875,000 


Total bonds payj 






of Ontario . . . 








1,005,317,000 1 


046 754 449 













PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



21 



THE HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

Bonds payable in United States currency — Eurodollar Issue 
as at December 31, 1971 

Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest by the Province of Ontario 



Date 
of Maturity 



Callable 
on or after 



Date of Issue 



Interest 
Rate 



Principal 

Outstanding 

December 31, 1971 



Jan. 15, 1977-1986 Jan. 15, 1977 Jan. 15, 1971 

(ten equal annual instalments) 



U.S. $ CAN. I 

35,000,000 35,295,312 



Bonds payable in West German currency 
as at December 31, 1971 

Guaranteed as to Principal and Interest by the Province of Ontario 



Date 
of Maturity 



Callable 
on or after 



Date of Issue 



Interest 
Rate 



Principal 

Outstanding 

December 31. 1971 



1975 



Aug. 1, 1975-1984 Aug. 1 

(ten equal annual instalments) 

Dec. 1, 1977-1986 Dec. 1, 1977 

(ten equal annual instalments) 

Total bonds payable in West German currency 



Aug. 1, 1969 



Dec. 1, 1971 



/o 

7 

71/2 



DM 
150,000,000 

100,000,000 

250,000,000 



CAN. $ 
40,401,005 

30,445,000 

70,846,005 



22 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



LIQUOR CONTROL 



ASSETS 



Current 

Cash on hand, in transit and in banks 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories — 

Liquors in warehouses and stores, at cost 

Stationery, supplies, empties, etc 

Total Current 

Prepaid Charges 

Insurance and other charges , 

Merchandise for future delivery 

Mortgage Receivable 

Fixed 

Land, at cost 

Buildings, at cost 

Furniture and equipment, at cost 

Alterations to owned and rented premises, at cost 

Less amounts written off 



Approved 




Balance 

March 

(with comparative 


1972 


1971 


$ 


$ 


7,961,849 
5,957,359 


11.157,783 
4,907,142 


37,959,232 
251.812 


35,513,362 
245.810 


38.211,044 
52,130,252 


35.759.172 
51,824.097 


244.410 
178.904 


40.401 


423.314 
23.680 


40.401 
25.734 


7.156,129 

30,418,769 

6,505,718 

7,126,619 


6.874,196 

29,000.038 

6.057.383 

5,920.597 


51,207,235 
51.206,852 


47,852,214 
47,851,859 


383 


355 


52,577.629 


51,890.587 



J. S. ABRA 
General Manager 




F. A. MACINNIS 
Assistant General Manager 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 



I have examined the balance sheet of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario as at March 31. 1972, 
and the statements of income, retained income and source and application of funds for the year ended 
on that date. My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of 
accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Board as at March 31, 
1972 and the results of its operations and the source and apphcation of its funds for the year then ended, in 
accordance with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the 
preceding year. 



Toronto, July 31, 1972. 




GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A.. 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



23 



BOARD OF ONTARIO 



Sheet 
31, 1972 
figures for 1971) 



LIABILITIES 



Current 

Accounts payable, accrued charges, etc. 
Deferred revenue 

Reserve for Insurance 

Reserve for Contingencies 

Retained Income 



1972 


1971 


$ 


$ 


25,707,442 
244,330 


25,046,182 
269,890 


25.951,772 


25.316,072 


1,000,000 


1,000,000 



500,000 



25,125,857 



500,000 



25,074,515 



52,577,629 



51.890,587 



Outstanding Commitments 

Duty on stocks in bond $ 9,744,000 

Liquors ordered but not delivered (including 

duty, freight, etc.) 13,919,000 

Property under option and uncompleted build- 
ing contracts 269,000 



23,932,000 



24 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



LIQUOR CONTROL 

Statement 
For the year ended 



Sales — 

Sales of spirits, wines and beers $ 476,734,005 

Cost of Sales — 

Inventories at beginning of year $ 35,513,362 

Purchases 268,558,127 

$ 304,071,489 

Less: Inventories at end of year 37,959,232 266,112,257 

Gross Profit on Sales $ 210,621,748 

Other Revenue — 

Brewers' licence fees $ 22,500 

Brewery store and brewers' retail store licence fees 233,600 

Gallonage fees on beer production — Ontario breweries 37,908,625 

Gallonage fees on beer sales — Extra-Provincial breweries 1,648,298 

Licences and fees — The Liquor Licence Act 

(Net after deducting Municipahties' share) 8,289,166 

Ontario wine licence fees 1,189,262 

Miscellaneous permits 1,340 

Special occasion permits 1,492,350 

Transfer fees 1 ,650,561 

Interest on bank balances 128,651 

Remuneration for collecting Ontario Retail Sales Tax 424,494 

Miscellaneous income 188,877 53,177,724 

Income $ 263,799,472 

Expenses — (the Liquor Control Board and the Liquor Licence Board) 

Administrative and operating expenses $ 40,476,805 

Furniture and equipment and alterations to owned and rented 

premises written off 1,826,580 

Additions to land and buildings during the year written off 1,700,637 44,004,022 

Net Income $ 219,795,450 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



25 



BOARD OF ONTARIO 

of Income 
March 31, 1972 



Percentages to Sales 

1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 

0/ 0/ 0/ 

/o /o /o 



100.00 



100.00 



100.00 



Percentages to Income 
1971-72 1970-71 1969-70 

0/ 0/ 0/ 

/o /o /o 



55.82 



44.15 



55. 



44.2 



55.76 



44.24 



79.84 



79.81 



79.94 



11.16 



55.34 



1.18 



55.38 



11.10 



55.34 



20.16 



100.00 



20.19 



100.00 



20.06 



100.00 



9.23 



.87 



.65 



16.68 



16.01 



15.64 



46.1 



46.51 



46.69 



83.32 



83.99 



84.36 



26 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Statement of Retained Income 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 

Balance at beginning of year % 25,074,515 

Add: 



Net income for the year ended March 31, 1972 



Deduct : 

Payments to Treasurer of Ontario on account of profits, 



LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Administrative and Operating Expenses 

(including Liquor Licence Board of Ontario expenses) 

For the year ended March 31, 1972 



219,795,450 



$ 244,869,965 



219,744,108 



Balance at end of year $ 25,125,857 



Salaries % 

Superannuation and Retirement Funds 

Canada Pension Plan 

Employees' insurance and health plans 

Workmen's Compensation and Unemployment Insurance 

Rent 

Light, heat and power 

Premises protection 

Repairs and maintenance 

Insurance 

Grants in lieu of business taxes 

Grants in lieu of property taxes 

Postage 

Stationery 

Telephone and telegraph 

Packing material 

Freight 

Discounts 

N.AT.O. discounts 

Agency commissions 

Agency expenses 

Breakages 

Sundries 

Travelling 

Car and truck expenses , 

Tabulating equipment rental and supplies 

Toronto Warehouse simulation studies 

Ontario Provincial Police 

Reimbursement of certain administrative 

and enforcement expenses 

Store stock losses 





Percentage 


to Sales 




1971-72 


1970-71 


29,769,909 


6.25 


6.04 


1,173,492 


.25 


.25 


310,770 


.07 


.07 


441,437 


.09 


.13 


89,056 


.02 


.01 


2,387,774 


.50 


.50 


683,489 


.14 


.15 


65,010 


.01 


.01 


1,069,773 


.22 


.23 


102,522 


.02 


.02 


511,886 


.11 


.13 


649,767 


.14 


.15 


102,501 


.02 


.02 


564,751 


.12 


.12 


174,686 


.04 


.04 


529,301 


.11 


.12 


14,044 


.00 


.00 


52,307 


.01 


.01 


85,510 


.02 


.02 


252,980 


.05 


.05 


12,110 


.00 


.00 


97,651 


.02 


.02 


406,019 


.09 


.10 


452,230 


.09 


.11 


5,599 


.00 


.00 


302,756 


.06 


.06 
.02 


135,681 


.03 


.04 


33,794 


.01 





40,476,805 



8.49 



8.42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971 >72 27 

LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD OF ONTARIO 

Statement of Source and Application of Funds 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 

Source of Funds 

Net Income $ 219,795,450 

Add : Items not requiring an outlay of funds — 
Provision for write off: 

Land and buildings $1,700,637 

Furniture and equipment and altera- 
tions to premises 1,826,580 3,527,217 $ 223,322,667 

Decrease in Mortgage Receivable 2,053 

Decrease in Working Capital 329,546 



$ 223,654,266 



Application of Funds 
Investment in: 

Land and buildings $ 1 ,700,665 

Furniture and equipment and alterations to premises 1,826,580 $ 3,527,245 

Increase in Prepaid Insurance and Other Charges 204,009 

Payments for future merchandise deliveries 178,904 

Payments to Treasurer of Ontario on account of profits 219,744,108 



$ 223,654,266 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 29 

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 
THE MILK COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers 

Established under The Farm Products Payments Act 

Financial Statement 
For the fiscal year ended March 31, 1972 



Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1971. . 

Receipts — Fees 

— Interest earned on Fund for year 

— Recoveries of claims — principal . . 

— interest. . . 



Disbursements — Claims paid 

— Fees returned to processors 

— Financial and Collection Services . 



Balance at credit of Fund, March 31, 1972 

Note : Certain administrative expenses have been paid by the Province 
of Ontario in accordance with The Farm Products Payments 
Act. 





1972 


1971 


$ 


43,303 $ 


206,478 




8,574 

125.294 

833 


34,040 

12,277 

63,999 

2,644 




134,701 


112,960 




178,004 


319,438 




8,221 
1,050 


275,034 
116 
985 




9,271 


276,135 


$ 


168,733 $ 


43,303 



Approved: 




DR. K. A. McEWEN, 

Chairman. 





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ALVIN STEWART, 

Member. 

AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the financial statement of The Fund for Milk and Cream Producers, administered 
by The Milk Commission of Ontario, for the fiscal year ended March 31, 1972. My examination included 
a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting 
evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, this financial statement presents fairly the position of the Fund as at March 31, 1972, 
and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted accounting 
principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



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Toronto, Ontario, W. S. GROOM, C.A., 

July 18, 1972. Asst. Provincial Auditor. 



30 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



NORTHERN ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Northern Ontario Development Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 
As at March 31, 1972 

ASSETS 



Due from Ontario Development Corporation re loans administered 
for Northern Ontario Development Corporation (notes 1 and 2) : 

Term (note 3) $ 

Performance — subject to forgiveness 



789,943 
78.278 



868,22] 



LIABILITIES 

Bank indebtedness $ 3,450 

Accounts payable 1 ,537 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario — 

Forgivable performance loans 78,278 

Other 783,437 

Retained earnings 1,519 $ 



868,221 



See accompanying notes to financial statements. 
Approved on behalf of the Board: 




A. J. GROUT, 

Director. 




JOHN ANDREWS, 
Director. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 



I have examined the balance sheet of the Northern Ontario Development Corporation as at March 31, 
1972 and statements of income and expense and retained earnings for the year ended on that date. My 
examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records 
and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
March 31, 1972 and the results of its operations for the year then ended in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles. 



^ ge:orge h. spence, f.c.a.. 



Toronto, November 17, 1972. 



Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 31 

NORTHERN ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Income and Expense 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 

Income — 

Interest earned on loans | 16,029 

Expense (note 4) — 

Salaries and staff benefits $ 99,076 

Transportation and communication 30,837 

Services 45,278 

Supplies and equipment 5,326 

180,517 
Less: Provided by Treasurer of Ontario during the period 180,517 

Interest on advances from Treasurer of Ontario 14,510 14,510 



Net Income $ 1,519 

See accompanying notes to financial statements. 

Statement of Retained Earnings 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 

Net income for the year % 1 ,519 



Balance, March 31, 1972 $ 1,519 



NORTHERN ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 

1. During the year ended March 31, 1972 loans were disbursed b^^ the Corporation under section 6 (1) 
of The Northern Ontario Development Corporation Act. In accordance with section 6 (4) of this 
Act the loan agreements have been drawn between the borrowers and the Ontario Development 
Corporation. Accordingly, such loans have been deemed as receivable from the Ontario Development 
Corporation. 

2. During the year two loans were authorized by the Ontario Development Corporation which would 
normally fall within the jurisdiction of the Northern Ontario Development Corporation. Since the 
principals of the companies receiving the loans were former members of the Northern Ontario 
Development Corporation Board, the applications were placed before the Board of the Ontario 
Development Corporation for consideration. The loans were approved and disbursements resulting 
therefrom have been recorded on the books of the latter Corporation. 

3. Amount shown includes interest due and accrued. 

4. These expenses are reflected on a cash basis and have been paid out of moneys appropriated by the 
Province of Ontario under the authority of The Northern Ontario Development Corporation Act. 
Certain other administrative expenses have been absorbed by the Ontario Development Corporation. 



32 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT 
Incorporated under The Ontario 



ASSETS 



Cash 

Term deposits, less allowance for loss on foreign exchange of $26,559; 
1971—1140,623 

Accounts receivable 

Loans receivable (note 1) — 

Term, less allowance for doubtful accounts of $1,500,000 (notes 

2 and 3) 

Performance — subject to forgiveness 

Loans receivable re Northern Ontario Development Corporation 
(note 4) — 

Term 

Performance — subject to forgiveness 

Serviced land at Sheridan Park, at estimated cost 

Land, buildings, equipment and improvements, at cost, less accumulated 
depreciation, recoveries and amortization of $675,065; 1971 — 
$403,917 

Other assets, at cost 





Balance 
as at March 


1972 

$ 
215,850 


1971 

$ 
314,752 


1,977,924 


4,955,239 


68,357 


35,860 


1,406,987 
0,244,648 


6,421,694 
26,073,898 



789,943 

78,278 

614,223 



3,464,704 
23,318 



614,223 

3,199,984 
68,184 



48,884.232 



41,683,834 



Approved on behalf of the Board: 




L^ ^-^-/ 



DONALD C. EARLY, 
Director. 




ROBERT E. POGUE, 
Director. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 33 



1972 

$ 
172,719 


1971 

$ 
1,630,564 


95,251 


104,003 




45,067 


0,244,648 
7,965,704 


26,073,898 
3,440,573 



CORPORATION 

Development Corporation Act 

Sheet 
31, 1972 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 

Tenants' deposits 

Funds held in trust 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario — 

Forgivable performance loans 

Other 

Due to Northern Ontario Development Corporation re loans 
administered on its behalf (note 4) — 

Term 789,943 

Performance — subject to forgiveness 78,278 



SHAREHOLDERS' EQUITY 

Share capital — authorized and issued — 7,000 shares with a par value 
of $1,000 each 

Reserve for contingencies (note 3) 

Reserve for replacement of buildings 

Retained earnings 



The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of the Ontario Development Corporation as at March 31, 
1972, and the related statements of income and expense, income and expense on industrial park operations, 
retained earnings, reserve for contingencies and reserve for replacement of buildings for the year then 
ended. My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of 
accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation 
as -at March 31, 1972, and the results of its operations for the year then ended in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles applied, except as indicated in notes 3 and 8, on a basis 
consistent with that of the preceding year. 



7,000,000 


7,000,000 


1,500,000 


2,500,000 


450.000 


300,000 


587,689 


589,729 


48,884,232 


41,683,834 



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GEORGE H. SPENCE, EC. A., 

Provincial Auditor. 
Toronto, November 29, 1972. 



34 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Income and Expense 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 



Income — 

Interest 

Rental 

Expense (note 6) — 

Salaries and staff benefits 

Transportation and communication 

Services 

Supplies and equipment (note 7) . , 

Performance loan forgiveness 

Payments on guaranteed bank loans 

Less : Provided by Treasurer of Ontario during the year 

Interest 

Provision for loss on foreign exchange 

Other 

Net (income) or loss on industrial park operations (note 8) . . . . 

Depreciation 

Provision for doubtful accounts (note 3) 

Net income before extraordinary item 

Extraordinary item: 

Net proceeds on sale of land at Sheridan Park 

Net income for the year 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements 



1972 


1971 


$ 


1 


851,807 


801,254 


61,205 


61,205 


913,012 


862,459 


1,326,303 


1,105,649 


64,839 


84,194 


286,212 


104,605 


51,146 


70,552 


2,060,914 


824,045 


20,690 


114,965 


3,810,104 


2,304,010 


3,810,104 


2,304,010 


113,941 


78,107 


26,559 


140,623 


10,538 


8,695 


35,169 


(158,738) 


48,043 


44,633 


530,802 


530,000 


765,052 


643,320 


147,960 


219,139 




429,501 


147,960 


648,640 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 35 

ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Income and Expense on Industrial Park Operations 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 



Income — 

Rental and utility charges 

Interest 

Other 



Expense — 

Salaries and staff benefits 

Maintenance 

Administration 

Depreciation 

Other 



Net Income or (Loss) (note 8) 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements 



1972 


1971 


$ 


$ 


954,365 


752,983 


22,193 


30,478 


36,927 


33,184 


1,013,485 


816,645 


470,419 


317,716 


325,125 


216,199 


20,338 


14,840 


212,199 


103,063 


20,573 


6,089 


1,048,654 


657,907 


(35,169) 


158,738 



36 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Retained Earnings 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 

1972 

$ 
Balance — beginning of year 589,729 

Add : Net income 147,960 

Transferred from reserve for losses (note 3) 1,000,000 

1,737,689 

Less: Transferred to allowance for doubtful accounts re loans 

receivable (note 3) 1 ,000,000 

Transferred to reserve for replacement of buildings 150,000 

1,150,000 

Balance — end of year 587,689 

Statement of Reserve for Contingencies 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 

Balance — beginning of year 2,500,000 

Add : Provision for the year 

2,500,000 
Less: Transferred to retained earnings (note 3) 1,000,000 

Balance— end of year 1 ,500,000 

Statement of Reserve for Replacement of Buildings 
For the year ended March 31, 1972 

Balance — beginning of year 300,000 

Add : Transferred from retained earnings 150,000 

Balance — end of year 450,000 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements. 



1971 

$ 
91,089 

648,640 
739,729 



150,000 



150,000 



589,729 



1,970,000 

530,000 

2,500,000 

2.500.000 



150,000 
150,000 
300,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 37 

ONTARIO DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1972 

1. During the year the Corporation authorized a term loan of $300,000 and a performance loan subject 
to forgiveness of $81,400 which would normally fall within the jurisdiction of the Northern Ontario 
Development Corporation. Since the principals involved were former members of the Northern 
Ontario Development Corporation Board, the applications were placed before the Board of the 
Ontario Development Corporation for consideration. As at March 31, 1972 $46,800 had been 
disbursed, all of which pertains to the performance loan. 

2. Loans receivable amount reported includes interest due and accrued. 

3. In prior years a reserve for losses was shown as part of the shareholders' equity on the balance sheet 
of the Corporation, and was intended to cover all contingent losses including those which might 
arise from the non-collection of term loans receivable. During the year ended March 31, 1972 this 
latter component, in the amount of $1,000,000, was returned to retained earnings and re-allocated 
as an allowance for doubtful accounts. Consistent with this change the reserve for losses was 
reclassified as a reserve for contingencies. 

The allowance for doubtful accounts was increased by a provision of $500,000 charged to 
operations for the year ended March 31, 1972, and the resultant total deducted from the term loans 
receivable reported on the balance sheet of the Corporation. 

4. During the year ended March 31, 1972 these loans were disbursed by the Northern Ontario 
Development Corporation under section 6 (1) of The Northern Ontario Development Corporation Act. 
In accordance with section 6 (4) of this Act the loan agreements have been drawn between the 
borrowers and the Ontario Development Corporation. Accordingly, the amounts of such loans 
have been deemed as receivable by this Corporation, and also, as payable to the Northern Ontario 
Development Corporation. 

5. Contingent liabilities in the form of guaranteed bank loans amount to $1,223,462 in 1972 and 
$619,158 in 1971. 

6. Expenses totalling $3,810,104 are reflected on a cash basis and have been paid out of moneys 
appropriated by the Province of Ontario under the authority of The Ontario Development Corporation 
Act. These expenses also include certain administrative expenses incurred on behalf of the Northern 
Ontario Development Corporation. 

7. Equipment purchases for head office administration are charged to expenditure in the year of 
acquisition. 

8. Effective for the year ended March 31, 1972 the net income or loss on industrial park operations has 
been included in the statement of income and expense. In prior years the net income or loss had 
been included in the statement of retained earnings. The 1972 net loss includes operations of the 
Northam Industrial Park, Cobourg, which officially commenced business on September 1, 1971. 

9. Certain of the 1971 comparative figures have been restated to reflect the account classifications 
adopted in 1972. 



38 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

THE ONTARIO EDUCATION CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1972 

ASSETS 

Cash in Bank $ 8,812 

Accrued interest on debentures 18,757,424 

Investments (net of redemptions) — 

Debentures of Ontario municipalities and school boards maturing 
in varying amounts from 1972-92 — 

Par value $1,011,894,000 

Less : Discount net of premium on debentures purchased (less 

amount amortized) 1,141,728 1,010,752,272 

$1,029,518,508 

LIABILITIES 

Accrued interest on advances $ 18,126,059 

Advances — 

Treasurer of Ontario 1,011,392,449 



$1,029,518,508 



Approved 




H. I. MACDONALD, 
Chairman. 



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G. McINTYRE, 

Vice-Chairman. 



AUDITORS REPORT 



I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Education Capital Aid Corporation as at March 31, 
1972 and the statement of revenue and expenditure for the year then ended. My examination included 
a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting 
evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 



In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
March 31, 1972 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



Toronto, Ontario, 
August 8, 1972. 



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GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 39 

THE ONTARIO EDUCATION CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 

Revenue — 

Interest on debentures $ 62,169.080 



Expenditure — 

Interest on advances from the Treasurer of Ontario $ 62,169,080 



Note: Incidental costs and administrative expenses are paid by the Province of Ontario. 



40 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



ONTARIO HOUSING 



ASSETS 

Cash 

Term Deposit 

Securities at cost (market value $492,121 ; 1970— $520,850) 

Accounts receivable — 

Municipalities and other 

Rents 

Operating funds due from the Treasurer of Ontario 

Other assets 

Mortgages and loans receivable 

Investment in property under agreements for sale (note 1) 

Land leased, at cost (note 1) 

Investment, including mortgages receivable, in properties under 
development 

Rental housing properties, at cost less accumulated amortization of 
$3,906.273 ; 1970— $2,505,347 

Assets of mortgage guarantee and fire insurance funds (schedule 1). . . 



Incorporated without 
The Ontario Housing 






Balance 
December 


1971 




1970 


$ 388,688 


$ 


256,605 


489,323 




529,929 


7,021,541 
1,018,529 




9,898,525 
1,264,096 


2,685,670 




2,218,266 


273,375 




242,690 


2,490,952 




1,811,614 


5,210,074 




4,141,128 


14,865,811 




6,672,131 


313,745,395 




304,572,400 


392,804,656 




241,601,556 


$ 740,994,014 


$ 


573,208,940 


$ 1,382,443 


$ 


153,063 



On behalf of the Board 




E. E. CLOW, 

Chairman. 




PAUL R. GOYETTE, 

Vice-Chairman and Managing Director. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 41 



CORPORATION 

share capital under 
Corporation Act 

Sheet 
31, 1971 



LIABILITIES 



Bank indebtedness $ 

Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 

Holdbacks and deposits on construction contracts 

Mortgages, debentures and similar indebtedness — 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 

Other 

Capital indebtedness to the Treasurer of Ontario 

Deferred income 





$ 2,538,996 


29,683,165 


23,467,651 


16,191,210 


16,393,022 


530,786,846 
4,960,975 


385,270,870 
5,226,329 


158,931,801 


140,090,742 


440,017 


221.330 



$ 740,994,014 $ 573,208,940 



Reserves of mortgage guarantee and fire insurance funds (schedule 1). $ 1,382,443 $ 153,063 



The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements. 



42 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Balance Sheet 
December 31, 1971 

(Continued) 

AUDITOR'S REPORT 

To the Minister of Revenue ; and 

To the Members, 

Ontario Housing Corporation. 

I have examined the balance sheet of Ontario Housing Corporation as at December 31, 1971 and 
the statements of revenue and expenditure and operating funds from the Treasurer of Ontario for the 
year then ended. My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests 
of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
December 31, 1971 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



y^^^<^^sy^L^^^^ ^j:^A . 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 

Provincial Auditor. 



Toronto, Ontario, June 29, 1972. 



ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Statement of Operating Funds from the Treasurer of Ontario 
Year ended December 31, 1971 

Balance, beginning of year — operating funds due from the Treasurer of Ontario $ 2,218,266 

Add: Excess of expenditure over revenue for the year 18,067,522 

20,285,788 

Less; Provided by the Treasurer of Ontario during the year 17,600,118 

Balance, end of year — operating funds due from the Treasurer of Ontario $ 2,685,670 



The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
Year ended December 31, 1971 

1971 
Revenue — 

Interest $ 9,619,289 $ 

Administration and construction management fees (note 2) 5,673,923 

Income from leased land 2,896,826 

Gain from sale of real property 1,029,710 

Other 12,226 

19,231,974 

Expenditure — 

Loss on housing operations — 

Provincial housing properties (note 3) (schedule 2) 14,369,944 

Federal-Provincial housing properties (note 4) 1,080,807 

Interest — 

Capital indebtedness to the Treasurer of Ontario 10,610,557 

Other 256,717 

General Administration — 

Salaries 5,693,579 

General office expenses 2,014,207 

Transportation and communication 671,034 

Supplies and equipment (note 5) 1,069,666 

Construction supervision 265,738 

Management agents' and housing authorities' charges 1,126,088 

Other 141,159 

37,299,496 

Excess of Expenditure over Revenue $ 18,067,522 $ 



43 



1970 

13,308,232 

4,401,762 

1,474,554 

983,138 

44,169 



20,211,855 



10,058,540 
814,539 



,873,313 
445.201 



3,987,708 
1,225,888 
419,349 
486,568 
235,098 
867,521 
280,493 

27,694,218 



7,482,363 



The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements. 



44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

SCHEDULE 1 

ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Mortgage Guarantee and Fire Insurance Funds 
December 31, 1971 

ASSETS 

1971 1970 

Mortgage guarantee fund — 

Cash $ 6,245 $ 

Accounts receivable from Housing Corporation Limited 19,273 

Accounts receivable from Ontario Housing Corporation 3,020 

Securities at cost including accrued interest (market value, 

$1,229,518) 1,166,406 

(Mortgages guaranteed December 31, 1971, $113,917,059) 

1,194,944 

Fire insurance fund — 

Cash 121,914 

Accounts receivable from Ontario Housing Corporation 18,558 8,357 

Securities at cost including accrued interest (market value, $48,083 ; 

1970— $45,825) 47,027 44,706 

Term deposit 100,000 

187,499 153,063 

Total $ 1,382,443 $ 153,063 



RESERVES 



(including activity for the year ended December 31, 1971) 



Mortgage guarantee reserve — 

Balance, beginning of year $ 

Guarantee fees 

Investment income 

Balance, end of year 

Fire insurance reserve — 

Balance, beginning of year 

Fire insurance provision 

Investment income 

Less expenditures 

Balance, end of year 

Total 



1971 



1970 



1,142,945 
51,999 




1,194,944 


153,063 

158.734 

8,572 


88,723 

116,336 

8,340 


320,369 
132,870 


213,399 
60,336 


187,499 


153.063 


$ 1,382,443 $ 


153,063 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 45 

SCHEDULE 2 

ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Loss on Housing Operations — Provincial Housing Properties 
Year ended December 31, 1971 

1971 1970 

Revenue — 

Rental Income $ 25,206,554 $ 19.505.914 



Expenditure — 

Operating expenses 11,458,980 7,071,563 

Maintenance 9,315,968 6,167,848 

Amortization— principal 1,400,926 1,309,314 

—interest 23,431,487 17,266,140 

Municipal taxes 9.936,491 7,938,905 

Administration fees 2.879,779 1,787,674 

Other expenses 380,469 820,270 



58.804.100 42.361,714 



Loss on Housing Operations 33,597,546 22,855,800 

Less amount charged to Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 

and to municipalities 19,227,602 12,797,260 



Ontario Housing Corporation's Share $ 14,369,944 $ 10,058,540 



ONTARIO HOUSING CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
December 31, 1971 

1. Agreements for sale and lease contracts have been entered into with respect to individual lots being 
part of large land developments currently under subdivision by the Corporation. The Corporation 
retains full title to such lands until agreements for sale are paid in full or until land lessees exercise 
their option to purchase. Development costs were not yet fully established as at December 31, 1971, 
therefore individual lot costs applicable to these contracts have been estimated. 

2. Administration fees relating to the operation of Ontario Student Housing Corporation in the amount 
of $400,000, and Housing Corporation Limited in the amount of $538,005, are included by agreement 
between these two Corporations and Ontario Housing Corporation. 

3. Provincial housing properties are those that are developed and administered by the Ontario Housing 
Corporation. Individual property operating statements are prepared for the benefit of Central 
Mortgage and Housing Corporation and one hundred and twenty-nine municipalities. Revenue and 
expenditure supporting provincial housing losses are shown on Schedule 2. 

4. Federal-Provincial housing properties are developed by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 
and administered by forty-one housing authorities throughout the province. Separate financial 
statements covering the property management activities of these authorities reflect gross income 
and expenditures, the net of which is shareable by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, Ontario 
Housing Corporation and, in some instances, by the municipalities. The loss reported on this 
statement represents Ontario Housing Corporation's share only. 

5. Furniture and equipment purchases for head office administration are charged to expenditure in the 
year of acquisition. 

6. Comparative amounts reported for 1970 have been restated where necessary to conform to 1971 
presentation. 



46 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Junior Farmer Establishment Act 

Statement of Assets and Liabilities 
as at March 31, 1972 

ASSETS 

1972 1971 

Cash in bank $ 240,892 $ 352,146 

Cash held in trust — on deposit with Treasurer of Ontario (Note 1). . 

Mortgage loans — Interest due and accrued 

— Principal 

Discount on debentures unamortized 

Investment in farm properties held for sale 



24,815 


437 


2,989,906 


3,108,504 


93,236,672 


98,282,485 


165,070 


207,251 


17,847 


58,784 



96,675,202 $ 102,009,607 



LIABILITIES 

Accrued interest on debentures % 246,140 $ 246,140 

Mortgage interest paid in advance 

Insurance Loss Account 

Farm property sold (Note 1) 

— funds held pending completion of sales and related matters .... 

— funds held in trust re completed sales 

— unrealized gain re completed sales 

Debentures — Guaranteed by Province of Ontario 

—Maturing October 1, 1976, 41/2% 

Capital advance due to Treasurer of Ontario 



12,368 
63,617 


12,306 
86,949 


32,373 
24,815 
26,283 


36,693 

437 

27,082 


11,000,000 
85,269,606 


11,000,000 
90,600,000 



$ 96,675,202 $ 102,009,607 




See notes to financial statements. 
Approved on behalf of the Corporation : 

A. G. BENNETT, Wm. MONTCALM, 

Chairman. Vice-Chairman. 

AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the statement of assets and liabilities of The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment 
Loan Corporation as at March 31, 1972 and the statements of revenue and expenditure and deficit for the 
year then ended. My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such 
tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
March 31, 1972, and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied, after giving effect to the changes referred to in Note 1 to the 
financial statements, on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



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T , r^ , W. S. GROOM, C.A., 

Toronto, Ontario, . ^ ^ . . ,'. ,.' 

Tulv 18 1972 Asst. Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 47 

THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 

1972 1971 

Revenue — 

Mortgage interest earned $ 

Legal fees 

Bank interest and exchange 



Expenditure — 

Interest on capital advance — Treasurer of Ontario 

Interest on debentures 

Amortization charge for discount on debentures 

Farm sales — losses 

Interest on funds held re sales of farm property under Sales 

Proceedings (Note 1) 

Life insurance expense 



$ 4,766,747 $ 


5,009,382 


4,987 


2,6<H. 


2,437 


1,858 


$ 4,774,171 $ 


5,013,936 


5,413,311 


7.059,148 


495,000 


495,000 


42,181 


40,159 


11.713 


17.000 


(2,786) 


1,855 


759 


579 


5.960,178 


7.613,741 



Excess of expenditure over revenue $ 1,186.007 $ 2,599,805 



See notes to financial statements. 



Statement of Deficit 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 

Balance as at March 31, 1971 $ Nil $ Nil 

Add: excess of expenditure over revenue 1.186.007 2.599,805 



1,186,007 2,599,805 

Less: provided by Department of Agriculture and Food 1,186.007 2.599,805 



Balance as at March 31 , 1972 $ Nil | Nil 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 49 



THE ONTARIO JUNIOR FARMER ESTABLISHMENT LOAN CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
March 31, 1972 

Note 1 : The provisions of the Corporation's mortgage indenture allow the Corporation, without taking 
title through foreclosure, to sell a farm property in certain circumstances for cash or credit. 
Upon sale the Corporation may take back a mortgage which differs in amount and bears interest 
at a different rate than the mortgage outstanding at the time of sale. The excess of the amount 
of any new mortgage over the amount of the original mortgage outstanding at the time of sale 
is accounted for as an unrealized gain. The gain remains unrealized until such time as the 
original mortgage debt is retired. 

With respect to interest received on the new mortgage, it had been Corporation practice in 
previous years to consider amounts in excess of that which would have been due under the 
original mortgage, as owing to the original owner or other claimant upon retirement or assign- 
ment of the new mortgage. Interest was allowed on funds so held at the rate set forth in the new 
mortgage. 

Based upon legal opinion this practice was modified on a retroactive basis during the current year. 
Interest in excess of that which would have been due under the original mortgage is to be con- 
sidered as a reduction of the mortgage debt outstanding at the time of sale, until such time as this 
debt is retired. Mortgage payments received thereafter are to be considered as surplus, and 
are to be held in trust for the original owner or other claimant by the Corporation pending 
retirement or assignment of the new mortgage. 

Accordingly, interest credited to original owners in previous years on funds held re sales of 
farm property under Sales Proceedings has been reversed and, in cases where the original 
mortgage has been fully retired, additional payments received have been credited to "funds held 
in trust re completed sales". Such funds held in trust are on deposit with the Treasurer of 
Ontario for ultimate disposition to the original owner or other claimant. 

Note 2: Amounts reported in the 1971 financial statements have been regrouped where necessary to 
conform to 1972 presentation. 

Note 3: The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario under the authority of 
The Junior Farmer Establishment Act. 



50 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share capital under 
The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1972 

ASSETS 



Cash in Bank 

Investments — debentures of Ontario municipalities and school 
boards — 

Par value $ 46,835,476 

Less: Unamortized net discount on debentures purchased 214,806 

Accrued interest receivable 

Unamortized net discount on debentures issued 



% 


1,012,487 




46,620,670 




1,043,230 




50,815 


% 


48,727,202 



LIABILITIES 

Debentures — guaranteed by Province of Ontario — 

Maturing 1972-73 April 1, 41/2% % 2,000,000 

1972 October 1, 434% 5,000,000 

1977 April 1, 41/2% 5,000.000 

1980 June 15, 53/4% 5,000,000 % 17,000,000 

Accrued interest on debentures 358,623 

$ 17,358,623 

Advances from Treasurer of Ontario 22,938,714 

General reserve 8.429,865 



Approved 




H. I. MACDONALD 

Chairman. 



$ 48,727,202 



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G. McINTYRE, 
Director. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 



I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation as at March 31, 
1972, and the statement of revenue and expenditure for the year then ended. My examination included 
a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting 
evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
March 31, 1972 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



Toronto, July 17. 1972. 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A.. 

Provincial Auditor. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 51 

THE ONTARIO MUNICIPAL IMPROVEMENT CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 

Revenue — 

Interest earned on investments $ 3,441,630 

Interest earned on bank deposits 7,872 $ 3,449,502 



Expenditure — 

Interest on advances from Treasurer of Ontario I 2,603,727 

Interest on debentures issued 845,775 $ 3,449,502 



Note : The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario under the authority of The 
Ontario Municipal Improvement Corporation Act. 



52 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



ONTARIO NORTHLAND 

Balance 
As at December 31, 1971 



ASSETS 

Current Assets — 

Cash 

Agents' Balances 

Accounts Receivable 

Material and Supplies 

Prepaid Insurance 

Deferred Charges and Other Assets — 

Insurance and Other Funds (Market Value December 31, 1971, 

$341,680) 

Bus Franchises 

Discount and Expenses re Debenture Loan 

Deposits 

Investment in Telesat Canada 

Miscellaneous 

Investment in Wholly Owned Subsidiary — 

Star Transfer Limited 

Investment in Property — 

Road — Main Line and Branches 

— Improvements — Leased Lines 

— Wholly Owned Subsidiary — 

Nipissing Central Railway 

Equipment — Rail and Highway 

—Boat 

Miscellaneous 

Less: Accumulated Depreciation 

Contributory Pension Fund Held in Trust (Market Value December 31, 
1971, 117,948.426) 



Approved on behalf of the Commission: 



1971 



1970 



$ 94,252 

2,452,867 

797,623 

2,302,911 

10,565 


1 2,030 

2,654,421 

852,363 

2,314,834 

31,694 


5,658,218 


5,855,342 


357,498 

122,122 

4,079 

20,000 
125,000 

23,107 


430,281 
122,122 
10,196 
20,000 
50,000 
42,536 


651,806 


675,135 


691,800 


691,800 


82,475,251 
5,339,240 

4,268,987 

25,499,636 

216,509 

390,520 


81,061,766 
5,197,455 

4,268,987 

24,193,113 

215,216 

366,765 


118,190,143 
37,114,536 


115,303,302 
35,285,592 


81,075,607 


80,017,710 


18,741,212 


16,674,712 


$ 106,818,643 


$ 103,914,699 




W. A. JOHNSTON, 
Chairman. 



E. A. FRITH, 

General Manager. 




PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 53 

TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

Sheet 

with Comparative Figures for 1970 



LIABILITIES 

Current Liabilities — 

Bank Overdraft $ 

Demand Loans — Guaranteed by Province of Ontario 

— Province of Ontario 

Accounts Payable 

Traffic Balances 

Debenture Payable 

Accrued Interest 

Deposits 



1971 1970 



1 


5,993 


4,050,000 


10,000,000 




12,000,000 


2,147,788 


1,881,682 


1,657,856 


3,197,431 


500,000 


500,000 


9,583 


251,112 


75 


310 



28,365,302 27,836,528 



Deferred Credits and Reserves — 

Deferred Rental Revenue 

Insurance and Other Funds Reserves 
Capital Reserve 



169,017 


270,428 


357,498 


430,281 


23,898 


6,312 



550,413 707,021 



Long Term Liabilities — 

Debentures— Guaranteed by Province of Ontario— 53/4% 1972. . 500,000 

Loan from Province of Ontario, Non-Interest Bearing 30,207,935 30,207,935 



30,207,935 30,707,935 



Contributory Pension Fund Held in Trust (Contra) 18,741,212 16,674,712 



Retained Income 28,953,781 27,988,503 



$ 106,818,643 $ 103,914,699 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission as at 
December 31, 1971 and the statements of income, retained income and source and application of funds 
for the year then ended. My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and 
such tests of the accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the 
circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Commission as at 
December 31, 1971 and the results of its operations and the source and application of its funds for the 
year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent 
with that of the preceding year. 




GEORGE H. SPENCE, EC. A., 
Toronto, March 24, 1972. Provincial Auditor. 



54 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

Statement of Income 

for the year ended December 31, 1971 

with comparative figures for 1970 

Year ended Year ended 

Railway Operating Revenue December 31, 1971 December 3 1,1 970 

Freight Services $ 17.418,502 $ 16,453,267 

Passenger Services 992,190 925,698 

Express 1,271,430 1,262,028 

Communications (Commercial) 7,607,258 6,870,368 

All Other 2,010,462 1,902,207 

Total Operating Revenue 29,299,842 27,413,568 

Railway Operating Expense 

Road Maintenance 4,988,330 4,628,876 

Equipment Maintenance 4,057,51 1 3,896,066 

Traffic 285,597 296,223 

Transportation 5,728,223 5,263,357 

Express Freight 1,022,014 1,035.840 

Miscellaneous Operations 329,982 328,754 

Communications (Commercial) 5,058,420 4,659,545 

General 1,877.546 1,659,824 

Other— Bus, Boat Line, Hotel 1,131,737 1,000,868 

Total Operating Expense 24,479,360 22.769.353 

Net Revenue from Railway Operations 4.820,482 4,644,215 

Taxes and Rent 

Railway Taxes— Municipal 184,459 157,620 

Equipment Rents 695.599 963,013 

Joint Facility Rents (50.873) (49,728) 

Total Taxes and Rents 829,185 1.070.905 

New Railway Operating Income 3.991.297 3.573.310 

Other Income 

Dividends— Star Transfer Limited 70,060 70,060 

Other Income Charges (46,235) (89,130) 

Total Other Income 23,825 (19,070) 

Income before Other Charges 4,015,122 3,554,240 

Other Charges 

Interest on Funded Debt 47,917 76,667 

Interest on Unfunded Debt 1,443.683 1,774,836 

Discount and Expenses re Debenture Loan 6,118 6,118 

Payments towards the Unfunded Liability and Experience Deficiency 

of Contributory Pension Fund 1,572,038 1,432,324 

Total Other Charges 3,069,756 3.289,945 

Net Profit carried to Retained Income $ 945.366 $ 264.295 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 55 

ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

Statement of Source and Application of Funds 
for the year ended December 31, 1971 

Source of Funds — 

Net Profit for the year $ 945,366 

Provision for Depreciation 2,960,346 

Amortization of Discount on Debentures 6,118 

Recovery on Retirement of Fixed Assets 359,751 

Profit on Sale of Property 19,855 

Miscellaneous Items— Net 37,071 $ 4,328,507 

Application of Funds — 

Additions to Fixed Assets $ 4,377,995 

Reduction in Long Term Liabilities — 

Transferred to Current Liabilities 500,000 

Deferred Rental Revenue 101,410 

Investment in Telesat Canada 75,000 5,054,405 



Decrease in Working Capital position $ 725,898 



ONTARIO NORTHLAND TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION 

Statement of Retained Income 
for the year ended December 31, 1971 

Balance December 31, 1970 $ 27,988,503 

Add: 

Net Profit for year ended December 31 , 1971 $ 945,366 

Profit on Sale of Property 19,855 

Vouchers and Wages Written Off 1,005 966,226 

28,954,729 

Deduct : 

Uncollectible Accounts 948 

Balance December 31, 1971 $ 28,953,781 



56 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

ONTARIO STUDENT 

Incorporated without 
The Housing 

Balance 
as at December 

ASSETS 

Accounts receivable — 

Universities and other $ 1,452,544 

Rents 111,498 

Properties under development, at cost 9,826,451 

Rental housing properties on leased land, at cost, less universities' equity of $261,312 

(note 1) 47,069,156 

Rental housing properties, at cost, less accumulated amortization of $69,767 (note 2). . 15,360,981 

$ 73,820,630 



Assets of capital repair and painting funds (schedule 1) $ 44,250 



On behalf of the Board 




c 



E. E. CLOW, 

Chairman. 




PAUL R. GOYETTE, 

Vice-Chairman and Managing Director. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 57 

HOUSING CORPORATION 

share capital under 
Development Act 

Sheet 
31, 1971 

LIABILITIES 

Bank indebtedness $ 11,818 

Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 2,273,466 

Holdbacks on construction contracts 1 ,302,033 

Operating advance from the Treasurer of Ontario 556,387 

Loans payable — Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation 67,673,926 

Capital indebtedness to the Treasurer of Ontario 2,003,000 



$ 73,820,630 



Reserves of capital repair and painting funds (schedule 1) $ 44,250 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements. 

AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of Ontario Student Housing Corporation as at December 31, 
1971 and the statements of revenue and expenditure and operating advance from the Treasurer of 
Ontario for the year then ended. My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures 
and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the 
circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
December 31, 1971 and the results of its operations for the year then ended, in accordance with generally 
accepted accounting principles which, except for a change from a cash to an accrual basis of accounting 
for interest on Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation loans, have been applied on a basis consistent 
with that of the preceding year. 



yJ,,c^,n^^J4/f^^<rv<^'^-- ^£A 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, F.C.A., 
Toronto, Ontario, Provincial Auditor. 

July 26, 1972. 



58 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 . 

ONTARIO STUDENT HOUSING CORPORATION 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
Year ended December 31, 1971 

Revenue — 

Interest (note 3) $ 5,468,978 

Construction management fees 204,100 



$ 5,673,078 



Expenditure — 
Interest — 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation (note 3) $ 4,831,637 

Treasurer of Ontario 138,622 

Administration fees — 

Ontario Housing Corporation (note 4) 400,000 

General Administration — 

Salaries 89,663 

General office expenses 18,702 

Transportation and communication 10,660 

Supplies and equipment 11 ,665 

Construction supervision 2,258 

$ 5,503,207 



Excess of Revenue over Expenditure $ 169,871 



ONTARIO STUDENT HOUSING CORPORATION 

Statement of operating advance from the Treasurer of Ontario 
Year ended December 31, 1971 

Balance, beginning of year — operating advance from the Treasurer of Ontario $ 149,620 

Add : Excess of revenue over expenditure for the year 169,871 

319,491 

Add : Provided by the Treasurer of Ontario during the year 236,896 



Balance, end of year — retained as an operating advance from the Treasurer of Ontario. . $ 556,387 

The accompanying notes are an integral part of the financial statements. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 59 

Schedule 1 

ONTARIO STUDENT HOUSING CORPORATION 

Capital Repair and Painting Funds 
December 31, 1971 

ASSETS 

Capital repair fund — 

Accounts receivable from Ontario Student Housing Corporation $ 20,000 

Painting fund — 

Accounts receivable from Ontario Student Housing Corporation 24,250 



44,250 



RESERVES 

Capital repair reserve $ 20,000 

Painting reserve 24,250 



44,250 



ONTARIO STUDENT HOUSING CORPORATION 

Notes to Financial Statements 
Year ended December 31, 1971 

Note 1 : The cost of student housing accommodations constructed on land leased from universities is 
being repaid to the Corporation over the terms of the leases. When costs are fully repaid the 
buildings will become the property of the universities. Rental and maintenance activities are 
administered by the universities concerned. 

Note 2 : These properties are administered by the Corporation as student housing accommodations and 
net operating costs as well as amortization and interest charges are recovered from the 
universities concerned. 

Note 3: To the end of 1970 interest receipts from universities and interest payments to Central 
Mortgage and Housing Corporation were deferred pending final completion of the various 
properties involved. Commencing in 1971, interest earned has been allocated directly to 
operating revenue. Interest incurred has been capitalized for those properties still under 
development and allocated to interest expense for those properties fully developed. 

Note 4: The amount of $400,000 has been agreed upon between Ontario Student Housing Corporation 
and Ontario Housing Corporation. An amount of $1,300,000 had been agreed upon for the year 
ending December 31, 1970. As at December 31, 1970 all student housing properties were still 
under development. However, as at December 31, 1971 the majority were fully developed. 
As a result Ontario Housing Corporation administrative responsibility was substantially reduced 
during the 1971 year. 



60 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

THE ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Incorporated without share Capital under 
The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation Act 

Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1972 

ASSETS 

Investments (net of redemptions) 

5^2% to 8^4% Debentures maturing in varying amounts, 1972-2002 at cost which 
is par value — 

Ontario Universities $ 758,622,918 

Ontario Colleges 229,864,822 

Art Gallery of Ontario 1,075,000 



$ 989,562,740 



LIABILITIES 

Advances 

Treasurer of Ontario— 51/2% to 81/2% I 989,562.740 



Note : Interest has not been accrued on investments or advances as the Corporation accounts are kept 
on a cash basis and the interest rates, payments and accrued interest are identical with respect 
to investments and advances. 



Approved : 




H. I. MACDONALD, 
Chairman. 



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H. H. WALKER, 
Vice-Chairman. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of The Ontario Universities Capital Aid Corporation as at 
March 31, 1972 and the statement of receipts and disbursements for the year ended on that date. 
My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting 
records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In my opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Corporation as at 
March 31, 1972 and the results of its operations for the year ended on that date, in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



.^^id^^^^^^^^^^^t;-^— ^ J^^.<^ 



GEORGE H. SPENCE, PC. A. 

Provincial Auditor. 
Toronto, August 16, 1972. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 61 

THE ONTARIO UNIVERSITIES CAPITAL AID CORPORATION 

Statement of Receipts and Disbursements 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 

Receipts — 

Interest on Debentures $ 55,864,745 



Note : The cost of administration has been paid by the Province of Ontario. 



Disbursements — 

Interest on Advances from the Treasurer of Ontario $ 55,864,745 



62 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



ONTARIO WATER 
Constituted by Special Act 

Balance 
as at December 

ASSETS 



Capital Account — 

Cash in bank 

Recoverable advances 

Accounts receivable 

Capital Assets: 

Completed projects owned by Ontario Water Resources Commission, 

Capital advances for completed municipal projects 

Construction in progress 

Amounts due from reserve account 

Amounts due from debt retirement account 



Reserve Account — 

Cash in bank 

Accrued interest receivable 

Investments, at amortized value (Market $6,043,010) 



Debt Retirement Account — 

Cash in bank $ 43,817 

Accrued interest receivable 350,013 

Investments, at amortized value (Market $20,399,566) 21,029,952 



$ 


1,721,668 

104,256 

8,869,020 

194,410,132 

30,613,101 

55,827,592 

93,784 

445,553 


$ 


292,085,106 


$ 


4,959 

95,829 

6,327,895 


$ 


6,428,683 



21,423,782 



$ 319,937,571 



Note 1: As at December 31, 1971 commitments existed to construct and acquire projects under final 
agreements executed or under Section 61 of the Act in the approximate amount of $155,000,000. 
It is estimated that $54,000,000 will be expended in 1972. 

Note 2: As at December 31, 1971 litigation was pending against the Commission in the approximate 
amount of $2,700,000. 

Note 3: Deficit on operations of provincial programs, shown as an asset on the balance sheet at 
December 31, 1970, is shown as a deduction from equity in provincial programs under liabilities 
at December 31, 1971. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



63 



RESOURCES COMMISSION 
3f the Ontario Legislature 

Sheet 
31, 1971 



LIABILITIES 



Capital Account — 

Accounts payable, accrued interest and contract retentions $ 23,106,540 

Advances from municipalities and others — 

Operating and interest $ 1,131,529 

Capital 19.968,204 21,099,733 

Due to Province of Ontario — 

Advance from Department of Treasury and Economics 125,000 

Debentures payable, guaranteed by Province of Ontario 15,190,839 

Funded debt payable to Province of Ontario (Schedule 1) 226,623,609 

Equity in provincial programs — 

Repayments of funded debt 7,361,156 

Less deficit on operations 1,421,771 5,939,385 

$ 292,085,106 



Reserve Account — 

Funds for renewals, replacements and contingencies under Section 57 of the Act . . 
Amounts due to capital account 



Debt Retirement Account — 

Sinking fund for the recovery of the cost of capital assets under Section 58 of the Act . 
Amounts due to capital account 



$ 6,334,899 
93,784 

$ 6,428,683 



$ 20,978,229 
445.553 

$ 21,423,782 

$ 319,937,571 



Approved on behalf of the Commission 





JOHN H. ROOT, 
Chairman. 



D. S. CAVERLY, 

General Manager. 



AUDITOR'S REPORT 

I have examined the balance sheet of the Ontario Water Resources Commission as at December 31, 
1971 and the statements of reserve account, debt retirement account and general expenditure for the 
year ended on that date. My examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and 
such tests of the accounting records and other supporting evidence as I considered necessary in the 
circumstances. 

In my opinion, these financial statements present fairly the financial position of the Commission as at 
December 31, 1971 and the results of its operations for the year ended on that date, in accordance with 
generally accepted accounting principles applied, subject to Note 3, on a basis consistent with that of the 
preceding year. 

^ (y GEORGE H. SPENCE. F.C.A.. 



Toronto, Ontario, July 28, 1972. 



SPENCE. F.C.A.. 
Provincial Auditor. 



64 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES COMMISSION 

Statement of Reserve Account 
For the year ended December 31, 1971 

Balance, December 31, 1970 $ 5,694,767 

Charges to municipalities and others 530,253 

Interest earned 385,972 



$ 6,610,992 

Deduct: Disbursements for renewals and replacements $ 246,863 

Disbursements for project agreements terminated 22,281 

Amounts due to provincial programs 6,949 276,093 



Balance, December 31, 1971 $ 6,334,899 



Statement of Debt Retirement Account 
For the year ended December 31, 1971 

Balance, December 31, 1970 $ 18,637,327 

Charges to municipalities and others 1,103,744 

Interest earned 1 ,348,337 



$ 21,089,408 

Deduct: Disbursements for project agreements terminated $ 5,570 

Amounts due to provincial programs 105,609 111,179 



Balance, December 31, 1971 $ 20,978,229 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 65 

ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES COMMISSION 

Statement of General Expenditure 

(Reflecting expenditure on a cash basis) 

For the year ended December 31, 1971 

Commission Administration Program 

Executive Direction and Commission Expenses $ 1,023,326 

Legal 79,750 

Personnel 188,559 

Public Relations and Information 247,571 

Administrative Services 1 ,01 1 ,933 

Finance 471,680 

Regional Offices 110,113 

Data Processing 249,087 



$ 3,382,019 



Management of the Quality and Quantity of Water Program 

Sanitary Engineering $ 

Industrial Wastes 

Water Resources 

Laboratory 

Environmental Quality 

Research 



Provision of Sewage and Water Facilities 
and Related Funding Program 

Project Development $ 1 ,295,849 

Construction 420,643 

Plant Operations 798,111 



$ 


1,600,635 




704,193 




1,256,003 




1,909,482 




1,481,598 




751,274 


$ 


7,703,185 



$ 2,514,603 



Total $ 13,599,807 



The above expenditures have been made from General Expenditure appropriations provided by the 
Legislature of Ontario. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 67 

Schedule 1 

ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES COMMISSION 

Statement of Funded Debt Payable to Province of Ontario 
as at December 31, 1971 

Municipal Projects — 

1957 advances, maturing December 31, 1987 5.5 % $ 659,671 

1958 advances, maturing December 31, 1988 4.75 % 7,502,389 

1959 advances, maturing December 31, 1989 5.9 % 11,957,869 

1960 advances, maturing December 31, 1990 6.05 % 13,979,335 

1961 advances, maturing December 31, 1991 5.62 % 11,854,332 

1962 advances, maturing December 31, 1992 5.55 % 13,403,821 

1963 advances, maturing December 31, 1993 5.71 % 10,327,377 

1964 advances, maturing December 31, 1994 5.6 % 1,848,193 

1965 advances, maturing December 31, 1995 5.7 % 4,064,472 

1966 advances, maturing December 31, 1996 5.96 % 6,311,232 

1967 advances, maturing December 31, 1997 6.07 % 3,065,408 

1967 transfers to provincial programs 5.68 % (654,316) 

1968 advances, maturing December 31, 1998 7.27 % 4,001,759 

1968 transfers to provincial programs 5.7 % (158,144) 

1969 advances, maturing December 31, 1999 8.79 % 3,008,242 

1969 transfers to provincial programs 5.76 % (7,050,126) 

1970 advances, maturing December 31, 2000 9.57 % 4,104,714 

1970 transfers to provincial programs 5.61 % (2,074,658) 

1971 advances, maturing December 31, 2001 7.64 % 2,550,646 

1971 transfers to provincial programs 7.95 % (23,269) $ 88,678,947 



Provincial Programs — 

1964 advances 5.6 % $ 784,279 

1965 advances 5.7 % 3,754,047 

1966 advances 5.96 % 14,283,329 

1967 advances 6.07 % 10,805,534 

1967 transfers from municipal projects 5.68 % 654,316 

1968 advances 7.27 % 8,596,104 

1968 transfers from municipal projects 5.7 % 158,144 

1969 advances 8.64 % 15,197,347 

1969 transfers from municipal projects 5.76 % 7,050,126 

1970 advances 9.36 % 33,033,173 

1970 transfers from municipal projects 5.61 % 2,074,658 

1971 advances 7.81 % 41,530,336 

1971 transfers from municipal projects 7.95 % 23,269 $ 137,944,662 



$ 226,623,609 



68 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 

Balance Sheet 
As at March 31, 1972 

ASSETS 

1972 1971 

Funds on deposit with chartered banks and with the Treasurer 

of Ontario $ 146,247,603 $ 116,893,558 

Savings Offices — 

Accounts receivable 4,127 9,353 

Furniture and equipment (less accumulated depreciation) 1 1 

Alterations to premises (less amounts written off) 80,981 47,148 

$ 146,332,712 $ 116,950,060 



LIABILITIES 

Savings balances due to the Pubhc $ 146,039,429 $ 1 16,656,777 

Reserve — 

Balance at beginning of year 293,283 293,283 

Add: Net profit on operations for year 171,053 94,054 

464,336 387,337 

Less: Transferred to Treasurer of Ontario 171,053 94,054 

293,283 293,283 

$ 146,332,712 $ 116,950,060 



R. I. NELSON, 
Director. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 69 

THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the year ended March 31, 1972 

Revenue Year ended Year ended 

March 31, 1972 March 31, 1971 

Head Office- 
Interest earned — Department of Treasury and Economics $ 8,196,949 $ 7,432,341 

Less interest charged on expenses 15,466 19,389 



8,181,483 7,412,952 



Branches — 

Inland exchange 

Charges on cheques 

Safety deposit box rentals 

Commission on money orders 

Foreign exchange 

Vacation-with-pay stamp commissions 



86,051 


57,678 


58,761 


58.110 


37,165 


36,520 


13,846 


12,404 


7.671 


6,164 




86 



203.494 170.962 



Total Revenue $ 8,384.977 $ 7,583,914 



Expenditure 

Head Office- 
Salaries and employee benefits $ 

Stationery and printing 

Insurance 

Rent and maintenance 

Advertising 

Travelling expense 

Postage 

Depreciation — furniture and equipment 

Telephone and telegraph 

Other 

Branch shortages absorbed 



102,968 $ 


105,692 


49,558 


45,438 


31,370 


509 


12,843 


5,554 


7.975 


220 


2,035 


1,716 


1,505 


607 


730 


387 


389 


306 


1,187 


2,919 




5,158 



210.560 168.506 



Branches — 

Interest paid on deposits 6,465,981 5,842,663 

Clearing charges 23,750 22.011 

Shortages absorbed 7,31 1 

Commission on transfers 4.976 4,962 

Salaries and employee benefits 1.140.172 1,095,953 

Rent and maintenance 232,013 226,532 

Municipal tax assistance 24,505 21,409 

Depreciation — furniture and equipment 17,854 36,884 

Amortization — alterations to premises 15,268 10,358 

TraveUing expense 13,798 10,321 



70 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO SAVINGS OFFICE 
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure — Continued 

Year ended 
March 31, 1972 

Branches (continued) — 

Telephone and telegraph $ 10,481 

Postage 7.596 

Stationery and printing 5,620 

Maintenance and rental of equipment 5,422 

Managers' expense accounts 3,722 

Other 24,895 

8.003.364 



Total expenditure $ 8,213,924 



Net profit on operations $ 171,053 



Year ended 


March 31, 1971 


$ 9,570 


5,751 


1,369 


4,208 


2,291 


27.072 



7,321,354 


$ 


7,489,860 


% 


94,054 



Note: Amounts reported on the 1971 statement of revenue and expenditure have been reclassified and 
grouped where necessary to conform to 1972 presentation. 




PRINTED BY THE ORDER OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 

TORONTO 



Printed and Published by the Queen's Printer and Publisher 



public 

accounts 

1971-72 

^ol. 3— details of expenditures 




ONTARIO 



Ontario 



PRINTED BY THE ORDER OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 

TORONTO 

Printed and Published by the Queen's Printer and Publisher 



To The Honourable William Ross Macdonald, P.C, CD., Q.C., LL.D. 
Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Ontario. 



May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Honour the supplementary 
information to the Pubhc Accounts of the Province of Ontario for the fiscal 
year ended March 31st, 1972, in accordance with the requirements of The 
Ministry of Treasury, Economics and Intergovernmental Affairs Act, 1972. 



Respectfully submitted. 



Xmjma^gjaii 



C. S. MacNaughton, 

Treasurer of Ontario, 

Minister of Economics and 

Intergovernmental Affairs. 



Toronto, December 31, 1972. 



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Note : 

The expenditure statements contained in Volume 1 of the 1972 Pubhc 
Accounts present expenditures by program, activity and standard expenditure 
object. 

The analysis contained in this volume (Volume 3) provides details of 
payments for each department as a whole, categorized by the three major 
headings "Salaries and Wages" (paid to employees who earned $20,000 or 
more in the fiscal year), "Travelling Expenses" (paid to individuals who received 
$2,500 or more in the fiscal year) and "Materials, Supplies, etc." (accounts 
of $10,000 or more). 

These categories are the same as those used in prior years and should 
not be confused with the standard expenditure object categories appearing in 
Volume 1. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Departments 


Page 


Agriculture and Food 


11 19 


Civil Service 


21 22 


Colleges and Universities 


23 28 


Correctional Services 


29 31 


Education 


33 40 


Environment 


41 46 


Financial and Commercial Affairs 


47 48 


Health 


49-62 


Government Pharmacy Account 


63 


Justice 


65-72 


Labour 


73 74 


Lands and Forests 


75 81 


Lieutenant Governor 


83 


Management Bo\rd 


85 


Mines and Northern Affairs 


87-88 


Municipal Affairs 


89-139 


Prime Minister 


141 


Provincial Auditor . 


143 




145-151 


Public Works 


153-159 


Government Stationery Account 


161-162 


Revenue 


•63-165 


Social and Family Services 


167-182 


Tourism and Information 


183 186 


Trade and Development 


187 190 


Transportation and Communications 

Highways 


191-217 


Transport 


219-220 




221-227 


Index to Expenditures (Volume 1) 


229 234 







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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



Officials who received remuneration of $20,000 or over excluding those 

officials whose accumulated salary already appears in a 

departmental listing for the fiscal year 1971-1972 



Name 


Department 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Algar, M. J. 


Management Board 


85 
153 

23 
43 

75 
85 

11 
41 

85 
141 

33 
141 

75 
85 

163 
187 

187 
43 

49 
141 

163 

65 
141 

73 
85 

75 

11 
153 


$ 

245 
24,415 


$ 


Public Works 


24,660 




Colleges and Universities 


Arber, J. C. 


774 
19,730 




Environment (Ontario Water Resources 
Commission) 


20 504 




Lands and Forests 




Bayly, G. H. 


3,593 
37,763 




Management Board 


41 356 




Agriculture 




Biggs, E. M. 


33,882 
4,933 




Environment 


38 815 




Management Board 






3,833 
36,996 






Prime Minister 


40,829 




Education 


Campbell, T. I. 


13,018 
18,562 




Prime Minister 


31 580 




Lands and Forests 




Carman, R. D. 


21,417 
5,366 






Management Board 


26 783 




Revenue 




Clarkson S W 


32,546 
3,354 






Trade and Development 


35,900 








Collins, D. J. 


34,502 
3,593 




Ontario Water Resources Commission .... 
Health 


38,095 


Collins, M. M. 


6,800 
13,799 






Prime Minister 


20,599 




Ontario Housing Corporation 


Crowley, B. S. 


8,157 
15,994 




Revenue 


24,151 




Justice 


Dick, A. R. 


31,937 
9,659 






Prime Minister 


41 596 




Labour 




Eberlee, T. M. 


24,292 
15,471 






Management Board 


39,763 




Lands and Forests 


Goddard, A. C. 


9,812 
14,259 






Ontario Housing Corporation 


24,071 




Agriculture 




Hilliard, T. R. 


4,554 
31,480 






Public Works 


36 034 









PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



Officials who received remuneration of $20,000 or over excluding tfiose 

officials whose accumulated salary already appears in a 

departmental listing for the fiscal year 1971-1972 — Concluded 



Name 


Department 


Page 


Amount 


Total 


Johnston, L. M. 


Colleges and Universities 


23 
33 

21 

73 
43 

85 
141 
153 

75 
219 

141 
163 

141 
191 

21 

85 

41 

50 

191 
221 

23 
33 

13 
163 

41 
50' 

85 
141 


$ 

19,265 
16,099 


% 


Education 


35,364 




Civil Service 


Johnston, R. D. 


3,114 
10,016 
23,816 




Labour 






Ontario Water Resources Commission .... 
Management Board 


36,946 


Lewis D Y 


7,941 
6,899 






Prime Minister 






Public Works 


36,811 




Lands and Forests 


Macnee, W. Q. 


33,861 
3,114 




Transportation and Communications 
(Transport) 


36,975 




Prime Minister 




McCutcheon M K 


24,251 
1,642 






Revenue 


25 893 




Prime Minister 




Rathbun W A. 


14,611 
7,047 






Transportation and Communications 
(Hiehwavs) 


21,658 




Civil Service 




Scott, J. R. 


22,538 
6,416 




Management Board 


28,954 










20,738 
14,189 






Health 


34,927 




Transportation and Communications 




Southcott, D. T. 


19,721 
5,316 






Treasury and Economics 


25,037 




Colleges and Universities 




Stewart E E 


3,354 
35,952 






Education 


39.306 




Colleges and Universities 




Walker H H 


34,129 
3,114 








37,243 








Walkinshaw W M 


23,583 
16,155 






Health 


39,738 




Manae^ement Board 




Wilson B A 


25,366 
6,324 






Prime Minister 


31,690 









DETAILS OF EXPENDITURES 
BY DEPARTMENTS 



NOTE 

The expenditure details by departments for the fiscal year 
ended March 31, 1972, are shown in full with the exception 
of the following items which have been summarized: Salary 
payments of less than $20,000 to Public Servants; Accounts 
for merchandise and services under $10,000; Travelling expense 
payments under $2,500. 



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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



11 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD 

Hon. William A. Stewart, Minister (Statutory, see page 19) 

Everett M. Biggs, Deputy Minister 

T. R. Hilliard, Deputy Minister 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 



Salaries and Wages ($16,312,309) 



E. M. Biggs Deputy Minister 

T. R. Hilliard " " 

R. G. Bennett Assistant Deputy Minister (Agricultural Marketing). 

K. E. Lantz 



33,882 
4,554 
31,921 
(Production and Rural 

Development) 31,806 

E. T. Andersen, 21,658; J. A. Archibald, 26,500; A. G. Bennett, 23,166; G. H. Collin, 
20,166; G. R. Craig, 20,056; H. F. Crown, 23,611; H. Ediger, 22,639; R. Frank, 21,480; 

F. F. Gallant, 21,569; E. A. Haslett, 23,211; A. R. Hawkshaw, 21,551; D. N. Huntley, 
31,806; E. A. Kerr, 22,074; J. A. MacDonald, 21,398; K. A. McDermid, 21,041; K. E. 
McEwen, 23,522; H. E. McGill, 23,611; C. E. Mighton, 23,166; C. B. Schneller, 21,689; 
R. Sewell, 24,273; W. W. Snow, 21,317; F. A. Stinson, 21,034; V. C. Walker, 20,423; 

D. E. Williams, 23,611; H. Worton, 23,166; Other salaries and wages, 15,688,167 

16,358,068 

Less Refunds : Sundry Persons 45,759 



16,312,309 



Employee Benefits ($1,199,576) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 169,468; Group Insurance, 
15,992; Long Term Income Protection, 28,957; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 50,489; 
Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 97,821; Ontario Hospital Plan, 47,821; Pubhc 
Service Superannuation Fund, 717,895; Unemployment Insurance, 27,312. . 1,155,755 

Payments to the Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario 43,821 



1,199,576 



Travelling Expenses ($1,478,474) 

Hon. William A. Stewart, 3,094; Air Canada, 34,686; J. L. Anderson, 2,660; W. B. Andrew 
3,504; T. W. Baxter, 2,732; R. Beshiri, 3,144; D. A. Blair, 2,774; R. C. Bodkin, 2,930 
R. T. Burch, 3,201; R. H. Clark, 2,646; A. M. Dell, 2,560; D. G. Eckstein, 3,000; J. B 
Ferren, 3,115; J. F. Field, 4,103; G. C. Fisher, 2,978; Four Seasons Travel, Ltd. 
12,826; J. J. Fox, 3,907; R. F. Gomme, 2,792; J. Harlton, 3,760; N. W. Harrison 
2,935; R. J. Hawley, 2,687; L. E. Hill, 3,354; N. W. Hoag, 3,807; L. G. Hooker, 3,312 
G. C. Jackson, 2,908; M. Klassen, 2,682; K. G. Knott, 2,564; J. H. Krauter, 4,395 
P. A. Lalonde, 3,041; K. E. Lantz, 3,027; J. Laplante, 3,201; W. C. Leeson, 3,102 
E. LeMay, 3,140; C. LeNover, 2,819; Lord Simcoe Hotel, 8,287; H. J. Mahon, 2,897 
R. D. McLaren, 2,855; A. McLaughlin, 3,684; D. Mendes, 3,791; Wm. Y. Moore, 2,737 
W. Nap, 2,759; Nottawasaga Inn, 4,017; A. J. Nyholt. 2,885; L. R. Oliver, 3,755 
M. Pardy, 3,258; R. Pettitt, 2,866; L. Racine, 2,599; J. R. Rainforth, 3,514; K. R 
Ramore, 3,276; W. H. Richardson. 3,928; N. V. Sanderson, 3,627; D. J. Scott, 2,965 
Skyline Hotels, Ltd., 6,117; G. J. Smith, 2,622; L. J. Smith, 3,237; F. A. Stinson, 2,725 
E. Stoehr, 3,662; B. Stuart, 2,508; R. D. Tovey, 2,786; W. J. Turnbull, 2,552; University 
of Guelph, 5,465; R. G. Vandenbossche, 3,095; M. C. Watson, 2,603; A. W. Weir, 
3,123; J. H. Wong. 2,924; Other accounts under $2,500, 1.223.969 



,478,474 



12 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 
Materials, Supplies, etc. ($5,765,856) 



Agricultural Publishing Co., Ltd., 18,729; American Motors (Canada), Ltd., 200,988; Beaver 
Food Service Associates, Ltd., 253,537; Bell Canada, 64,632; Bellevue Pathe, Ltd., 
15,313; B & M Livestock and Transport, Ltd.. 16,959; B P Canada, Ltd., 14,131; Buntin 
Reid Paper Co., Ltd., 15,703; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 99,066; Canadian 
Linen Supply (Ontario), Ltd., 21,799; Canadian National Railways, 10,641; Carl-Don 
Equipment, 16,956; Graham Chambers, Ltd., 18,653; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 83,689 
D. W. Croskery, 10,409; Electro Physical Instruments, Ltd., 13,832; Fastforms, Ltd. 
10,049; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 45,862; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 71,348 
General Motors Products of Canada, Ltd., 35,678; Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 28,512 
Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 28,394; Holiday House, 10,737; Huxley-Irwin-Price, Ltd. 
51,802; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 44,866; I B M Canada, Ltd., 78,531; Interroyal Corp., Ltd. 
11,746; Jones Box and Label Co., Ltd., 36,273; Kates, Peat, Marwick and Co., 33,369 
Ketchum Manufacturing Sales, Ltd., 10,420; L. W. Kleinstiver, Ltd., 10,417; Massey- 
Ferguson Industries, Ltd., 10,187; McLellan Supply, 12,000; Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 25,007; Monroe International of Canada, Ltd., 15,326; 
Murritt Business Machines, Ltd., 11,467; Murritt Photofax, Ltd., 20,047; National Cash 
Register of Canada, Ltd., 14,472; Newton & McConvey, Ltd., 17,844; Office Specialty, 
Ltd., 13,781; Olivetti Underwood, Ltd., 15,519; Ontario Development Corp., 265,515; 
Ontario Hydro, 20,968; Pitney Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 15,701; Department of Public 
Works, 88,420; Queen's Printer, 547,066; Receiver General of Canada, 154,924; Rinehart 
& McKinnel, Ltd., 14,274; Sargent- Welch Scientific of Canada, 24,706; Shell Canada, 
Ltd., 46,202; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 12,477; Source Data Control, Ltd., 23,908; 
St. Clair Grain & Feeds, 18,789; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 13,563; Supertest Petroleum Corp., 
Ltd., 22,591; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 36,701; John P. Thompson, 10,304; K. J. Tipper, 
10,892; Topecon Group, Ltd., 10,057; Department of Trade and Development, 
26,987; Department of Transportation and Communications, 49,034; Department of 
Treasury and Economics, 28,388; United Co-operatives of Ontario, 48,030; University 
of Guelph, 31,631; F. E. Wagner, Ltd., 27,568; Wilson Niblett Chev-Olds, 75,009; 

York University, 12,574; Zettle Tractor & Equipment Sales, 15,420; Accounts under 

$10,000, 2,575,466 



5,765,856 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($43,306,908) 



Grants specified in Expenditure Estimates ($118,847): 

Agricultural Economics Research Council 7,500 

Canadian Council on 4H Clubs 7,122 

Central Ontario Cheesemakers' Association 200 

College "Royals": 

Centralia College of Agricultural Technology 100 

Kemptville College of Agricultural Technology 100 

Ontario Agricultural College 100 

Ridgetown College of Agricultural Technology 100 

Entomological Society of Ontario 300 

International Plowing Match 1 ,500 

Junior Farmers' Association of Ontario 4,500 

Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies 350 

Ontario Beef Cattle Performance Association 500 

Ontario Provincial Council of Rabbit Clubs 100 

Ontario Farm Safety Council 5,000 

Ontario Fur Breeders' Association Inc 5,000 

Ontario Horticultural Association 325 

Ontario Pork Industry Council 500 

Ontario Sheep Breeders' Association 500 

Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association 5,000 

Ontario Swine Breeders' Association 500 

Ottawa Winter Fair 20,000 

Prince of Wales Prize 250 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 13 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 



Royal Winter Fair 50,000 

Rural Learning Association 8,000 

South Western Ontario Livestock Producers' Association 300 

Walkerton Agricultural Society Christmas Fair 1,000 

118,847 



Grants and Interest Payments ($22,187,474): 

Grants for Capital Purposes in Farm Development : 

Sundry Farmers 21,895,845 

Share of Interest on Guaranteed Bank Loans to Farmers : 

Sundry Farmers 290,643 

Grants to Apiarists: 

Sundry Persons 986 



22,187,474 



Grants re Agricultural and Horticultural Societies ($508,284) : 

Sundry Agricultural and Horticultural Societies 508,284 

Grants, achievement awards and other payments re extension work ($251,516): 

Arman Trophy Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 21,128; Farm Safety Program — Sundry Farm 
Safety Councils, 10,800; Ottawa Winter Fair, 6,000; Sundry 4H Achievement Day 
Awards, 4,275 ; Northern Ontario Development Programs — Sundry Agricultural Societies, 
4,600; Sundry Persons — Fertihzer, 123,924; Hay, Seed and Pasture Mix, 39,343; Land 
Clearing and Breaking, 14,248; Other Sundry Programs, 16,448; Weed Control, 
Drainage and Equipment, 10,750 251,516 

Home Economics grants and achievement awards ($104,483): 

International Silver Co. of Canada, Ltd., 90,317; Accounts under $10,000, 14,166 104,483 

Livestock grants, subsidies and compensation payments ($239,301) : 
Grants : 

Associations holding sales of Pure Bred Stock 3,939 

Boar Premium Policy — Sundry Persons 10,035 

Bull Premium Policy — Sundry Persons 81,584 

Horse, Cattle, Sheep and Swine Shows — Sundry Associations 10,381 

Poultry Associations and Artificial Insemination Grants 56,139 

Ram Premium Pohcy — Sundry Persons 1,537 

Special grants to associations exhibiting outside Ontario: 

Sundry Associations 4,688 

Assistance in the purchase of livestock : 

Sundry Persons — Freight, etc 4,900 

Special western freight assistance on purchase of ewes: 

Sundry Persons 2,908 

Hunter Damage Compensation: 

Sundry Persons 19,219 



14 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 



Subsidies under The Warble Fly Control Act : 

Sundry Towns 76 

Sundry Villages 150 

Sundry Townships 43,745 

43,971 

239,301 

Payment to The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation re excess of 

expenditure over revenue for 1971-72 ($1,186,007): 
The Ontario Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation 1,186,007 

Soils and Crops grants, subsidies and other payments ($260,716) : 
Subsidies under The Weed Control Act : 
Counties : 

Sundry Counties under $10,000 68,107 

Townships : 

Sundry Townships under $10,000 2,145 

Subsidies on transportation of agricultural limestone: 

Sundry Persons, trucking Hme 141 ,951 

Grants to branches and organizations of the Ontario Soil and Crop 
Improvement Association and growers of Elite Seed Potatoes: 
Sundry Associations, 35,101 ; Sundry Persons, 13,412 48,513 

260,716 

Agricultural Manpower Service ($27,294) : 

Share of Cost of Housing for Seasonal Workers: 

Accounts under $10,000 27,294 

Grants under The Farm Tax Reduction Program ($15,765,918): 

Sundry Persons 15,765,918 

Grants under The Community Centres Act ($1,699,458): 
Cities and Boroughs: 

Barrie, 24,328; Belleville, 20,000; Brantford, 17,266; Cornwall, 8,710; 
Etobicoke, 4,000; Gait, 33,935; Guelph, 20,000; Hamilton, 31,969; 
London, 41,779; Niagara Falls, 24,830; Orillia, 10,000; Oshawa, 37,681; 
Ottawa, 69,969; Owen Sound, 20,000; St. Catharines, 7,233; St. Thomas, 
10,000; Scarborough, 12,183; Stratford, 2,187; Thunder Bay, 23,093; 
Waterloo, 10,000; Windsor, 35,000; East York, 18,671; North York, 
98,962 581,796 

Towns : 

Alliston, 4,813; Almonte, 466; Amherstburg, 1,694; Aylmer, 1,159; 
Blenheim, 5,000; Bothwell, 10,000; Bracebridge, 6,686; Bradford, 
10,000; Brampton, 15,000; Burlington, 21,181 ; Caledonia, 10,000; Clinton, 
1,653; Cochrane, 1,414; Deseronto, 1,562; Dundas, 4,856; Gananoque, 
20,000; Geraldton, 5,000; Haileybury; 20,000; Hanover, 2,353; Harrow, 
16,256; Hespeler, 2,621; Huntsville, 129; Kemptville, 3,413; Kenora, 
3,731; Kincardine, 4,669; Kingsville, 861; Lindsay, 17,496; Markham, 
12,132; Massey, 199; Meaford, 2,527; Mississauga, 5,968; Mitchell, 4.530; 
Napanee, 5,515; Newmarket, 5,000; Oakville, 26,449; Parkhill, 703; 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 15 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 



Penetanguishene, 2,975; Picton, 955; Port Hope, 10,000; Preston, 
8,323; Rainy River, 5,000; Seaforth, 615; Simcoe, 10,000; Sturgeon 
Falls, 4,352; Timmins, 20,000; Trout Creek, 20,000; Uxbridge, 15,921; 
Vaughan, 26,569; Wallaceburg, 10,000; Whitby, 18,969; Wiarton, 
5,034 ; Wingham, 4,454 418,203 



Villages : 

Ayr, 3,269; Bancroft, 20,000; Belmont, 1,994; Blyth, 2,266; Brighton, 
4,798; Chatsworth, 1,505; Chesterville, 2,861; Cobden, 703; Colborne, 
2,318; Deloro, 1,059; Drayton, 3,377; Flesherton, 5,250; Hagersville, 
2,000; Hastings, 5,000; Hensall, 1,018; Iroquois, 1,814; Lucan, 3,483; 
Lucknow, 5,000; Maxville, 2,935; Merrickville, 1,045; Mildmay, 245; 
Milverton, 338; Newboro, 2,243; Newbury, 927; Oil Springs, 1,519; 
Paisley, 2,562; Port Stanley, 4,820; Rodney, 1,345; Rosseau, 1,261; St. 
Clair Beach, 376; St. Isidore de Prescott, 1,099; Stirling, 485; Stittsville, 
275; Thamesville, 1,068; Tiverton, 1,412; Wellesley, 5,040; Wyoming, 
7,811 104,521 



Townships : 

Airy, 6,456; Aldborough, 620; Alfred. 717; Amabel, 1,925; Arran, 235; 
Artemesia, 6,000; Ashfield, 4,045; Assiginack, 1,073; Augusta, 506; 
Black River— Matheson, 3,375; Brock, 10,072; Cambridge, 10,000; 
Camden East, 10,275; Caradoc, 2,576; Carlow, 2,674; Carnarvon, 
5,000; North Cayuga, 2,980; Chapleau, 3,125; Clarendon and Miller, 306; 
Colchester South, 17,571; Culross, 2,795; Cumberland, 12,171; Darling- 
ton, 248; Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby, 157; Dowling, 5,452; Downie, 
625; Dungannon, 10,000; Dymond, 5,119; South Easthope, 1,492; 
Edwardsburgh, 13,760; Egremont, 906; Eldon, 176; North Elmsley, 
6,628; Emo, 15,525; Eramosa, 368; Erin, 279; Euphemia, 1,523; 
Euphrasia, 396; Evanturel, 707; Faraday, 10,000; East Ferris, 20,000; 
Field, 10,000; Finch, 1,072; Fitzroy, 655; West Flamborough, 688; 
West Garafraxa, 380; Gosfield South, 861; North Gower, 1,720; East 
Gwillimbury, 167; West Gwillimbury, 17,750; Head, Clara and Maria, 
1,134; Houghton, 20,000; Howard, 1,487; Huntley, 10,193; Huron, 
622; Ignace, 3,730; King, 5,000; Kingston, 19,409; Kinloss, 4,415; 
Laird, 418; Lake of Bays, 1,897; La Vallee, 9,770; Lavant, 215; Lobo, 
10,000; London, 21,050; Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional, 
1,900; Mariposa, 1,448; Matilda, 1,025; Mayo, 255; McGillivray, 1,414; 
Medonte, 1,349; Middleton, 1,016; Minto, 2,311; Moore, 2,853; Mosa, 
388; Moulton, 2,500; Mountain, 1,220; Nairn, 1,242; West Nissouri, 366; 
Normanby, 292; South Norwich, 3,407; Nottawasaga, 2,380; Oneida, 
11,888; Orford, 991; Osprey, 6,000; Oxford (on Rideau), 789; East 
Oxford, 896; Pickering, 12,603; Proton, 10,000; Rainham, 2,212; 
Rawdon, 145; Reach, 25; Ross, 668; Roxborough, 1,706; St. Vincent, 
1,131; Salter, May and Harrow, 436; Saltfleet, 3,929; Sandwich West, 
5,000; Sarnia, 1,286; Scott, 652; Seneca, 10,000; Sheffield, 6,850; Somer- 
ville, 201; Southwold, 2,323; Stephen, 1,950; Sulhvan, 933; Sydenham, 
500; Tay, 356; Teck, 5,181; Thurlow, 141; Tisdale, 5,100; Tyendinaga, 
247; Valley East, 1,045; Vespra, 2,802; Wainfleet, 1,532; North 
Walsingham, 20,000; South Walsingham, 20,000; Waters, 4,454; 
Wellesley, 12,477; Witney, 1,050; Wicksteed, 10,000; Wolfe Island, 
1,108; Woolwich, 6,881; Zone, 2,571 543,916 



16 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 



School Boards: 

Schreiber-Terrace Bay District R.C. Separate School Board, 6,700; 
Dryden Board of Education, 1,624; Sault Ste. Marie Board of Education, 
6,112; Frontenac County Board of Education; 4,122; Lennox and 
Addington Board of Education, 2,326; Bruce-Grey County R.C. Separate 
School Board, 1,536; Nipissing District R.C. Separate School Board, 
2,377 24,797 

Improvement Districts: 

Barclay, 1,077; Bicroft, 721 ; Ear Falls, 2,579; Manitouwadge, 5,733. . . . 10,110 

Indian Reserves: 

Attawapiskat, 10,000; Beausoleil, 3,569; Dokis, 797; Nipissing, 1,749.. 16,115 



1,699,458 



Grants and Expenses re trade fairs, exhibits, missions, promotions, studies, projects, 
investigations, sales assistance programs, market development, etc. ($619,899): 
Grants : 

Ontario Maple Syrup Producers' Association, 2,500; Ontario Poultry 
Council, 1,400; Ontario Tomato Products Council, 2,500; Ontario Turnip 
(Rutabaga) Council, 13,742 20,142 

Milk Transportation Assistance Program: 

Ontario Milk Marketing Board 25,771 

Plant Consolidation Assistance Program: 

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce re Leo C. Van Ticklen, 16,200; 
Co-operative Laitiere de Treadwell, 14,096; Darigold Products, Ltd., 
23,838; Devizes Cheese and Butter Co., Ltd., 25,090; Joseph Ditkofski 
and Dale Eraser, Hammond Cheese Factory, 26,772; Dundas Cheese 
Co., Ltd., 23,110; Evergreen Cheese, Ltd., 16,462; Fergus Creamery, 
Ltd., 49,032; Glencoe Creamery, 14,485; Hampton Creamery, Ltd., 
35,789; Harrowsmith Cheese Factory, Ltd., 33,046; Hibbert Co-operative 
Dairy Association, 67,417; Mount Albert Creamery, 17,420; Ralph 
Murphy, Mountain View Cheese Factory, 1,960; North Bay Co-operative 
Creamery Co., Ltd., 20,037; Ontario Development Corporation re 
Quinte Canlin, Ltd., 50,524; Plum Grove Cheese Co-operative, 8,598; 
Quigley Cheese Manufacturing Association, 36,126; Quinte Canlin, Ltd., 
11,420; Max Regli & Lloyd Brownlee, Wellington County Creamery, 
36,625; Orval Ray, Roblin Cheese Factory, 17,385; Tamworth Creamery 
Co., Ltd., 22,479; Leo C. Van Ticklen, 6,075 573,986 



619,899 



Rabies indemnity payments ($95,711): 

Sundry persons 95,71 1 

Student assistance ($57,000) : 

Bursaries to veterinary students : 

Sundry Students 57,000 

Loans in accordance with The Co-operative Loans Act ($185,000) 

Napanee District Co-operative, 35,000; Oldcastle Co-operative, 50,000; Quinte Fruit 

Growers, Ltd., 100,000 185,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



17 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 
Other ($23,928,122) 



A.R.D.A. Projects ($13,653,731): 
Salaries and Wages: 

Sundry Employees 



Employee Benefits: 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 5,649; 
Group Insurance, 406; Long Term Income Protection, 822; Ontario 
Health Insurance Plan, 4,236; Ontario Hospital Plan, 1,432; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, 18,861; Unemployment Insurance, 114.. 



Travelling Expenses: 
Accounts under $2,500 



Grants for Field Enlargement by Fence Removal: 
Sundry Farmers 



Grants for Construction of Farm Wells or alternate sources of Water Supply : 
Sundry Farmers 

Other Project Costs: 
Counties : 

Renfrew, 148,539; Sundry Counties under $10,000, 1,035 



Cities : 

Sundry Cities under $10,000 



Towns : 

Sundry Towns under $10,000 



Villages : 

Sundry Villages under $10,000 



Townships : 

Adelaide, 10,284; Alfred, 26,934; Amaranth, 32,659; Ashfield, 40,498; 
Beckwith, 33,145; Biddulph, 51,466; Blandford, 12,715; Blanshard, 
35,861; Blenheim, 20,543; Bosanquet, 17,780; Bromley, 24,469; 
Brooke, 17,795; Burford, 13,586; Caledonia, 43,426; Cambridge, 
43,767; Camden, 11,907; Caradoc, 33,370; Chatham, 53,548; Col- 
chester South, 14,104; Cumberland, 17,021; Dawn, 19,801; North 
Dorchester, 32,236; South Dorchester, 12,193; Dover, 16,283; 
Downie, 13,294; Drummond, 11,707; South Dumfries, 32,855; 
North Easthope, 22,822; Ekfrid, 60,206; Exlice, 14,936; Enniskillen, 
28,739; Euphemia, 11,336; Finch, 15,997; Fitzroy, 14,015; West 
Garafraxa, 12,491; Goderich, 13,745; Goulbourn, 66,778; North 
Gower, 41,534; West GwilHmbury, 53,079; Harwich, 14,945; Hay 
36,207; Hullett, 39,277; Huron, 45,285; Kincardine, 35,095; Kinloss 
56,517; Lobo, 35,722; Lochiel, 11,983; Logan, 14,705; London 
106,937; Mara, 27,523; Maryborough, 16,994; Matilda, 17,088 
McGiUivray, 19,073; McKillop, 12,217; Metcalfe, 32,168; Middleton 
12,079; Minto, 18,519; Mosa, 22,744; Moulton, 17,861; Mountain 
23,038; West Nissouri, 26,563; Orford, 21,389; Osgoode, 17,299 
Osnabruck, 10,713; Pakenham, 18,782; North Plantagenet, 27,069 
Plympton, 15,564; Proton, 14,985; Raleigh, 42,904; Russell, 20,588 
Sarnia, 11,563; Stanley, 30,183; Stephen. 40,385; Tilbury West 
62,132; Wainfleet, 66,734; Winchester, 45,742; Yarmouth, 23,658 

Zone, 13,570; East Zorra, 100,629; Sundry Townships under 

$10,000, 455,936 

Improvement Districts: 

Sundry Improvement Districts 



Indian Reserves: 
Dokis, 9,000; 
River, 12,203. 



Fort William, 200,000; Gibson, 10,304; Whitefish 



526,992 

31,520 

46,070 

406,743 

1,020,274 

149,574 
5.263 
3,088 
9,418 



2,731,290 



3,752 



231,507 



18 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 



Miscellaneous : 

Adams, Bergeron & Palmer, In Trust, 279,600; Algoma Abbatoir 
Establishment, 14,366; Allen Wood Products, Ltd., 44,400; Richard 
Ayotte, 13,500; Ralph G. Barker, In Trust, 190,916; D. H. Bateman, 
In Trust, 93,853; Baxter Canning Co., 300,000; Bedford, Myers & 
Hansen, In Trust, 38,264; Bell & Laughton, In Trust, 23,436; 
Big A Brand Fruit Farms, Ltd., 35,000; Bruce Peninsula Planning 
Board, 10,000; Canada Spool & Bobbin Co., Ltd., 35,000; John T. 
Corbett, In Trust, 13,700; Craig & McKerroll, In Trust, 216,498; 
Cranberry Products of Canada, Ltd., 15,842; Crawford & Mill, In 
Trust, 306,215; Cunningham, Cunningham & Little, In Trust, 
64,946; Dawe & Edmonstone, In Trust, 99,783; Daymond Co., 
Ltd., 10,896; Diamond Peat Moss, Ltd., 20,000; Dochart Brick & 
Tile Co., Ltd., 18,360; Donnelly & Murphy, In Trust, 339,903; 
Eden Lumber Co., 20,282; C E. Fallis, In Trust, 122,969; 
Farquharson & Daly, In Trust, 49,408; Gauthier & Gauthier, In 
Trust, 24,900; Robert A. Gazley, In Trust, 32,693; Grant & Deverell, 
In Trust, 95,105; Huckabone, O'Brien & Sauriol, In Trust, 104,641; 
Iroquois Cranberry Growers, Gibson Reserve, 34,724; G. D. Jefferson, 
In Trust, 12,500; Department of Lands and Forests, 1,177,431; 
H. M. Lang, In Trust, 66,389; C. V. Laughton, In Trust, 11,250; 
J. H. Lennox, In Trust, 55,938; Machabee Animal Food, Ltd., 
64,450 ; Manitou Rapids Reserve, 30,000 ; Estate of Thomas McCadden, 
13,200; McConnell & Stewart, In Trust, 149,280; C. S. McCormack, 
In Trust, 67,442; McLean & .McLean, In Trust, 14,052; Meaford 
Steel Products, 24,100; C. R. Merredew, In Trust, 69,759; Metcalfe 
Foods of Canada, Ltd., 192,208; Miller, Maki, Inch & Mulligan, 
In Trust, 11,696; Northern Armature Works, Ltd., 25,700; Ontario 
Junior Farmer Establishment Loan Corporation, 160,318; Arthur B. 
Patterson, In Trust, 58,970; J. K. Pearce, In Trust, 117,560; Perras 
& Bordeleau, In Trust, 51,262; Peterson & Peterson, In Trust, 
20,000; W. McGilHvray Pratt, In Trust, 93,375; Produce Processors, 
Ltd., 88,263; Quinte Fruit Growers, Ltd., 275,000; Ramsay & 
Ramsa}', In Trust, 157,791 ; Receiver General of Canada re: G. Black, 
5,000; Receiver General of Canada re: S. Pellow, 21,000; Rideau 
Valley Conservation Authority, 16,491; M. D. Snell & Son, Ltd., 
13,080; Stewart, Corbett, Musclow & Barr, In Trust, 172,333; 
Sunnidale Auto Manufacturing, Ltd., 44,500; Travel Mate Motor 
Homes, Ltd., 24,000; Treasurer of Ontario re: Dirk Rook, 10,256; 
Waechter & Mosser, In Trust, 394,594; J. Donald Waechter, 
In Trust, 452,364; Wallace & Carr, In Trust, 41,313; George E. 
Wallace, In Trust, 33,350; Walmsley & Walmsley, In Trust, 92,061; 
Edward J. W. Warren, In Trust, 304,112; Warren, Rolston & 
Ferguson, In Trust, 58,955; Richard C. E. Wilson, In Trust, 76,558; 
Wilson Niblett Chev-Olds, 45,005; Woods, Lalande & Lapalme, 
In Trust, 381,482 ; Accounts under $10,000, 624,652 8,488,240 



13,653,731 



Research projects, agricultural services, diploma courses, dairy courses and other training 
programs ($10,274,391): 

University of Guelph, 10,272,000 ; Accounts under $10,000, 2,391 10.274,391 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 19 



DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD — Continued 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon, William A. Stewart 15,000 

Subsidy Payments to the Ontario Crop Insurance Fund ($265,279) 

The Crop Insurance Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 98, as amended 

Ontario Crop Insurance Fund 265,279 

Payment of Guarantees under The Department of Agriculture 
and Food Act ($3,270,198) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 166, Sec. 20 

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, 534,748; Bank of Montreal, 646,202; Bank of 
Nova Scotia, 220,519; Banque Canadienne Nationale, 14,070; Provincial Bank of Canada, 

20,309; Royal Bank of Canada, 1,507,660; Toronto-Dominion Bank, 361,769 

3,305,277 

Less Refunds — Sundry Persons 35,079 

3,270,198 



Payment of Guarantees under The Junior Farmer 
Establishment Act ($17,202) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 166, Sec. 20 

Bank of Montreal, 1,778; Royal Bank of Canada, 11,349; Toronto-Dominion Bank, 4,075. . . . 17,202 

Supply of Materials for use in Unorganized Territory 
under The Warble Fly Control Act ($2,011) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 487 

Accounts under $10,000 2,011 

Total Expenditure, Department of Agriculture and Food $95,560,935 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 21 

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE 

(Under the Provincial Secretary and Minister of Citizenship) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($2,166,693) 

W. A. B. Anderson Chairman, Civil Service Commission 36,573 

R. D. Johnston Deputy Minister 3,114 

K. A. Cassac, 21,025; H. Copland, 31,530; S. Davidovich, 24,884; H. B. Farrant, 20,708; 
E. A. McKee, 21,592; E. M. McLellan, 24,555; J. R. Scott, 22,538; K. W. Skelton, 

24,790 ; Temporary Help Salaries, 4,887,998 ; Other salaries and wages, 2,039,830 

: 7,159,137 

Less: Proportion of French Language Teachers' Salaries: — Refunded by — 
Department of Municipal Affairs, 81,725; Government of Canada, 
22,721 104,446 



7,054.691 



Less Temporary Help Salaries: 

Transferred to Department of — Agriculture and Food, 85,993; Civil 
Service — Other Branches, 51,866; Colleges and Universities, 270,936; 
Correctional Services, 41,632; Education, 471,608; Environment, 
130,763; Financial and Commercial Affairs, 58,684; Health, 384,052; 
Justice, 294,637; Labour, 421,120; Lands and Forests, 146,190; 
Lieutenant Governor, 1,315; Mines, 39,458; Municipal Affairs, 398,851 ; 
Prime Minister, 47,271; Provincial Auditor, 6,059; Provincial Secre- 
tary and Citizenship, 116,337; Public Works, 74,546; Revenue, 71,580; 
Social and Family Services, 93,845; Tourism and Information, 
419,952; Trade and Development, 77,694; Transportation and 
Communications, 623,589; Treasury and Economics, 159,797; Manage- 
ment Board, 35,751 4,523,526 

Refunded by — George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology, 
16,276; Liquor Control Board of Ontario, 991; Ontario Educational 
Communications Authority, 43,444; Ontario Hospital Services Com- 
mission, 24,863; Ontario Housing Corporation, 278,898 

364,472 



t,887,998 

2.166,693 



Employee Benefits ($157,154) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 90,859; 

Group Insurance, 2,490; Long Term Income Protection, 3,890; Ontario 

Health Insurance Plan, 4,835; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 

9,766; Ontario Hospital Plan, 5,008; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 

102,820 ; Unemployment Insurance, 33,678 253,346 

Workmen's Compensation Board 3,098 

256,444 
Less: Temporary Help Benefits — 

Canada Pension Plan 71 ,496 

Unemployment Insurance 27,794 

Transferred to Other Departments and Agencies 99,290 

^ 157,154 



22 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE — Continued 

Travelling Expenses (Ji;83,636) 

Air Canada, 7,088; Tartu College, 15,024; Accounts under $2,500, 61,524 83,636 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($497,570) 

Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants, 14,490; Drake Advertising, Ltd., 115,973; 
Haig Printing and Office Supplies, Ltd., 20,487; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 19,531; Morley's 
Food Service, Ltd., 35,585; Ottawa Board of Education, 23,525; Web Offset Publications, 
Ltd., 35,273; Department of Public Works, 56,248; Department of Transportation and 
Communications, 79,213; Accounts under $10,000, 197,160 597,485 

Less: Refunds and transfers to other Branches, Departments and Agencies. . . . 99,915 

497,570 



Other ($23,820) 

Honoraria : 

J. W. Anderson, 60; C. P. Chaston, 300; H. Gargrave, 300; J. W. Henley, 1,550; 
D. Hinchey, 840; C. Kidd, 300; N. H. Meltz, 1,700; N. Phelps, 660; R. Presgrave, 
11,400; R. P. Riggin, 1,150; J. A. Sarjeant, 3,260; C. G. Simmons, 800; E. Smith, 900; 
J. F. W. Weatherill, 600 23,820 

Total Expenditure, Department of Civil Service $2,928,873 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 23 

DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 

Hon. John H. White, Minister (Statutory, see page 28) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($2,275,451) 

E. E. Stewart Deputy Minister 3,354 

H.H.Walker " " 34.129 

A. P. Gordon Assistant Deputy Minister 31,346 

L.M.Johnston " " " 19,265 

J. C. Arber, 774; H. M. Brown, 21,554; K. L. Coupland, 20,926; P. R. Detenbeck, 
21,969; A. D. Heath, 21,649; H. W. Jackson, 27,365; H. D. Judd, 23,304; E. L. Kerridge, 
24,387; W. M. Maitland, 22,077; J. D. McCulIough, 23,494; S. A. Norton, 24,063; 
L. H. Peebles, 20,076; D. W. Shaver, 24,063; N. Sisco, 32,188; M. K. Straka, 21,442; 

E. Tannis, 21,487; W. V. Whatton, 21,803; D. T. Wright, 39,863; Other salaries and 

wages, 1,774,873 2,275,451 

Employee Benefits ($135,634) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 23,333; Group Insurance, 
6,437; Long Term Income Protection, 2,084; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 
3,281; Ontario Hospital Plan, 9,292; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 78,811; 
Teachers Superannuation Fund, 8,298; Unemployment Insurance, 4,075. . . 135,611 

Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario 23 



Travelling Expenses ($202,244) 



135.634 



Air Canada, 15,179; D. C. Ahrens, 2,617; H. A. Constable, 3,054; K. L. Coupland, 2,858; 

L. A. Mitchell, 3,023; H. W. Whitham, 3,915; J. G. Parr, 3,688; Accounts under 

$2,500, 167,910 202,244 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,367,866) 

Angus Stonehouse & Co., Ltd., 12,824; Applied Research Assoc, 21,364; Baker 
Lovick BBDO, 21,435; Crozier and Associates, 10,000; Environics Research 
Group, Ltd., 30,818; Dr. E. B. Harvey, 13,951; Hickling Johnston, Ltd., 
11.546; John W. Holland. 26.138; I.B.M. Canada. Ltd.. 18,501; Market 
Facts of Canada, Ltd., 10,000; J. T. McLeod, 18,000; Mitchell & Ryerson. 
Ltd., 32,938; Kenneth J. Rea, 22,250; Rolph, Clark & Stone, Ltd., 30,678; 
Sterling Institute Canada, Ltd., 22,353 ; Systems Research Group Inc., 57,655 ; 
Taylor Lieberfeld & Heldman (Canada), Ltd., 36,427; Woods Gordon & Co., 

37,435; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 29,414; Accounts under $10,000, 

854,829 1,318,556 

Allowances: Committee on University Affairs: 

Dr. M. E. Arthur, 60; P. Beatty, 60; H. A. Cotnam, 840; W. Dodge, 480; 
Hon. L. M. Frost, 660; R. Gerstein, 960; P. Grosskurth, 60; J. O. Hughes, 
600: J. M. Lavignc, 780: R. W. Mitchell, 300: P. G. Moore. 660: S. Ostry, 
660; J. G. Parr, 1,080; R. J. Rossiter, 1,140 8,340 

Allowances: Commission on Post-Secondary Education in Ontario: 

D. Black. 6.000; J. M. S. Careless. 1.250; W. Cherry. 6,900; D. O. Davis, 
1.620; J. Deutsch, 990; R. Gerstein, 1,890; L. Isabelle, 3,330; J. V. Kelly, 
5,400; J. S. Kirkaldy, 4,500; W. Ladyman, 1,740; W. L. Newnham, 2,010; 

E. Tietze, 5,340 40,970 

1,367,866 



24 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. (J$578,934,799) 

Grants — Support to Universities and Colleges: 

Grants for University Operating Costs ($316,002,746): 

Brock University 5,197,002 

Carleton University 16,870,125 

Lakehead University 6,951,926 

Laurentian University 5,553,817 

Laurentian University — Algoma College 691,400 

Laurentian University — Hearst College 152,010 

Laurentian University — Nipissing College 269,800 

Law Society of Upper Canada (Bar Admission) 325,000 

McMaster University 23,660,483 

Ontario College of Art 1,562,850 

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education 3,855,221 

Queen's University 23,701,342 

Regis College 51,888 

TheUniversity of Waterloo 25,690,946 

The University of Western Ontario 33,066,327 

Trent University 4,603,948 

University of Guelph 18,230,741 

University of Ottawa 25,956,319 

University of Toronto — Erindale College 3,565,764 

University of Toronto — Scarborough College 3,554,576 

University of Toronto — St. George Campus 71,021,766 

University of Windsor 13,317,943 

Waterloo Lutheran University 2,946,346 

York University 25,205,206 

316,002,746 



Grants to Provincially-assisted Universities to compensate for 
municipal taxation ($3,031,220): 

Brock University 54,025 

Carleton University 206,800 

Lakehead University 73,250 

Laurentian University 48,400 

Laurentian University — Algoma College 5,600 

Laurentian University — Nipissing College 2,200 

McMaster University 197,750 

Ontario College of Art 25^125 

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education 9,550 

Queen's University 281,715 

The University of Waterloo 340,760 

The University of Western Ontario 315,225 

Trent University 41,325 

University of Guelph 217,595 

University of Ottawa 204,850 

University of Toronto — Erindale College 40,800 

University of Toronto — Scarborough College 45,275 

University of Toronto — St. George Campus 527,425 

University of Windsor 148,875 

York University 244,675 

'- 3,031,220 



Debentures— Principal Instalments and Interest ($52,872,167) : 

Brock University 1 ,274,918 

Carleton University 3,677,638 

Lakehead University 2,005,476 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



25 



DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 



Laurentian University 1,317,470 

McMaster University 5,194,457 

Queen's University 3,245,478 

The University of Waterloo 4,955,056 

The University of Western Ontario 3,367,894 

Trent University 1,608,160 

University of Guelph 3,655,189 

University of Ottawa 3,262,021 

University of Toronto 9,139,756 

University of Windsor 2,790,396 

York University 7,378,258 

Grants for Research ($517,675): 

Brock University 31,600 

Carleton University 93,000 

McMaster University 37,000 

Queen's University 54,775 

Royal Ontario Museum 20,000 

The University of Waterloo 7,000 

The University of Western Ontario 65,000 

Trent University 26,000 

University of Guelph 51 ,000 

University of Ottawa 10,000 

University of Toronto 109,300 

York University 13,000 



52,872.167 



517,675 



Support to Related Institutions and Organizations ($5,867,219); 

Royal Botanical Gardens 270,000 

Royal Ontario Museum 4,200,000 

Service for Admission to Colleges and Universities 517,531 

The Art Gallery of Ontario 750,000 

Miscellaneous : — (as directed by the Minister) 

Association for Commonwealth Universities. 7,500 

Association for Community College Students 500 

Canadian Association of Physicists 1,000 

Canadian Education Association 9,630 

Council of Ontario Universities 94,158 

National Conference of Social Service 

Students 500 

Ontario Universities Biological Conference . . 500 

Participation Canada 500 

Queen's University — Sir Oliver Mowat 150th 

Anniversary (Publication) 5,000 

Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 1,000 

Royal Canadian Institute 1,000 

Royal Society of Canada 1,500 

Science Forum 1,000 

Service for Admission to Colleges and 

Universities 3,500 

Student Administrative Council — University 

of Toronto 1,000 



26 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 



University of Dundee — Maintenance of 

Canadiana Collection 300 

University of Edinburgh — Maintenance of 

Canadiana Collection 300 

University of Glasgow — Maintenance of 

Canadiana Collection 300 

University of Guelph — In aid of soil science . . 500 

129,688 

5,867,219 



Grants and Awards to Students ($35,245,133): 

Ontario/Quebec Exchange Fellowships 27,500 

Ontario Graduate Fellowships 3,270,175 

Ontario Scholarships 869,950 

Ontario Student Awards Program 28.882,135 

Secondary School Bursaries 103,700 

Sir John A. Macdonald Fellowship 8,000 

Teacher Education Awards 2,083,673 



Adult Training ($43,946,375) : 

Algonquin College 2,643,557 

Cambrian College 2,211,784 

Centennial College 877,559 

Conestoga College 3,650,985 

Confederation College 1 ,467,697 

Durham College 607,957 

Elgin County Board of Education 20,563 

Elliot Lake Centre for Continuing Education 309,964 

Fanshawe College 2,510,284 

George Brown College 9,910,445 

Georgian College 1 ,648,078 

Hamilton Board of Education 9,576 

Humber College 2,836,316 

Lambton College 605,321 

London Board of Education 1 12,403 

Loyalist College 1,131,007 

Mohawk College 2,510,619 

Niagara College 1,510,401 

Northern College 813,113 

Quetico Conference and Training Centre 346,199 

Sault St. Marie Board of Education 495 

St. Clair College 2,150,024 

St. Lawrence College 1,615,809 

Seneca College 2,051,274 

Sheridan College 1,297,901 

Sir Sandford Fleming College 1,035,321 

Toronto Board of Education 61 ,723 



Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology ($90,418,273) 
Operating Costs: 

Algonquin College 10,382,692 

Cambrian College 6,030,672 

Centennial College 5,485,601 

Conestoga College 3,099,701 



35,245,133 



43,946,375 



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DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 



Confederation College 3,315,821 

Durham College 1,828,174 

Fanshawe College 5,869,111 

George Brown College 4,763,375 

Georgian College 2,093,479 

Humber College 6,241,213 

Lambton College 1,791,437 

Loyalist College 2,093,210 

Mohawk College 5,816,928 

Niagara College 3,890,939 

Northern College 2,904,834 

St. Clair College 4,856,927 

St. Lawrence College 4,715,245 

Seneca College 6,695,631 

Sheridan College 5,086,674 

Sir Sandford Fleming College 3,456,609 

90,418,273 



Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology (.$13,958,430) 
Debentures for capital purposes — principal instalments and 
interest: 

Algonquin College 1 ,302,686 

Cambrian College 714,714 

Centennial College 328,162 

Conestoga College 1,135,627 

Confederation College 640,085 

Durham College 509,104 

Fanshawe College 517,515 

George Brown College 703,338 

Georgian College 261 ,804 

Humber College 1,026,858 

Lambton College 485,032 

Loyalist College 478,565 

Mohawk College 179,783 

Niagara College 922,730 

Northern College 855,932 

St. Clair College 1,045,154 

St. Lawrence College 765,108 

Seneca College 924,814 

Sheridan College 858,896 

Sir Sandford Fleming College 302,523 



13,958,430 



Payment on Unfunded Liability of The Pension Plan: 

Colleges of Appplied Arts and Technology Pension Fund 613,800 



Grants to Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology ($766,220) 
To compensate for municipal taxation: 

Algonquin College 100,975 

Cambrian College 52,275 

Centennial College 49,925 

Conestoga College 29,725 

Confederation College 19,650 

Durham College 14,325 



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DEPARTMENT OF COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES — Continued 



Fanshawe College 46,650 

George Brown College 14,050 

Georgian College 13,925 

Humber College 60,325 

Lambton College 12,225 

Loyalist College 13,125 

Mohawk College 59,675 

Niagara College 35,125 

Northern College 20,590 

St. Clair College 43,325 

St. Lawrence College 48,205 

Seneca College 55,075 

Sheridan College 47,475 

Sir Sandford Fleming College 29,575 

766,220 

Grants to Ryerson Polytechnical Institute ($15,695,541): 

Operating grants 13,545,000 

Debentures for capital purposes — principal instalments and 

interest 1,992,616 

Grant to compensate for municipal taxes 157,925 

15,695,541 

578,934,799 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. John H. White 15,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Colleges and 

Universities $582,930,994 



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DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES 

Hon. C. J. S. Apps, Minister (Statutory, see page 31) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($38,155,100) 

L. R. Hackl Deputy Minister 38,815 

A. J. Dacre, 28,316; W. F. Fisher, 24,908; H. Garraway, 24,075; E. K. Glinfort, 20,228; 
N. L. Goodwin, 25,195; H. C. Hutchison, 23,984; V. Ivanic, 25,291; A. D. Mackey, 
23,794; W. E. Marshall, 20,193; D. C. Mason, 20,422; W. A. Norton, 22,210; D. J. 
Penfold, 30,840; C. J. Powell, 20,172; H. J. Prietz, 22,944; R. R. Ross, 21,247; G. B. 
Silcock, 21,564; D. Sinclair, 32,872; J. A. Sunde, 21,083; C. T. Surridge, 21,594; 
G. R. Thompson, 20,012; R. T. West, 29,384; Other salaries and wages, 37,615,957. . 38,155,100 

Employee Benefits ($2,915,032) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario: — re: Canada Pension Plan, 406,959; Group 
Insurance, 40,386; Long Term Income Protection Plan, 47,402; Ontario Health Insurance 
Plan, 139,140; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 272,373; Ontario Hospital Plan, 
132,869; Pubhc Service Superannuation Fund, 1,637,012; Teachers' Superannuation 
Fund, 66,783 ; Unemployment Insurance, 47,971 2,790,895 

Unemployment Insurance: — The Receiver General of Canada, 29,512; Less 

Refund of Employee's Contribution, 14,756 14,756 

The Workmen's Compensation Board: — Awards and Costs, 109,381 109,381 



2,915,032 

Travelling Expenses ($572,078) 

Hon. C. J. S. Apps, 2,700; R. C. Bechard. 2,656; R. O. Belanger, 2,504; E. A. Brown, 
3,094; V. Cashabeck, 3,251; R. Davies, 2,891; J. Dewar, 3,679; J. O. Doyle, 2,880; 
L. J. Hansen, 2.722; Hobday Inn, 14,747; H. R. McMann, 2,892; H. G. MacDonald, 

3,088; E. G. Mireau, 2,733; L. W. Parr. 2,527; J. L. Walton, 2,768; Other accounts 

under $2,500, 516,946 572,078 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($16,578,799) 

Alumicor, Ltd., 20,765; American Can Co. of Canada, Ltd., 52,591; American Motors, 
Ltd., 22,860; Atwell Fleming Printing Co., Ltd., 28,987; Bama Contracting, Ltd., 
10,398; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 24,170; Bell and Howell Canada, Ltd., 13,367; 
BeU Canada, 226,024; Bennett Glass, 30,410; Borden Co., Ltd., 13,698; Bowmanville 
Public Utihty Commission, 10,787; Boy Scouts of Canada, 10,993; B. P. Oil, Ltd., 
72,974; Bradshaw Stradwick Products, Ltd., 10,525; Brampton Hydro Electric 
Commission, 30,936; Burns Foods, Ltd., 81,035; Caldwell Linen Mills, Ltd., 78,065; 
Canada Bread Co., Ltd., 12,607; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 18,849; Canadian 
Industries, Ltd., 11,284; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 14,896; Canadian National 
Railways, 24,136; Canadian Pacific Railways, 11,996; Canada Packers, Ltd., 131,199; 
Canadian Vinegars, Ltd., 17,048; Cassidys, Ltd., 16,780; Central Pharmacy, 28,529; 
Central Scientific Co. of Canada, 11,282; Chemical Protection Co., Ltd., 12,879; Christie's 
Bread Division Nabisco, 24,505; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 31,459; Chubb- Mosler and 
Taylor Safes, Ltd., 103,193; Clubb Coffee Co., Ltd., 12,419; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, 
Ltd., 35,540; Glen Colbeck, 18,699; Consumers' Gas Co., 70,557; Correctional Centre 
Burtch, 26,253; Correctional Centre Burtch, Industries, 107,462; Correctional Centre 
Burwash, 22,219; Correctional Centre Burwash, Industries, 32,653; Correctional Centre 
Guelph, 136,828; Correctional Centre Guelph, Industries, 827,978; Correctional Centre Mill- 



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DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES — Continued 



brook, 26,451 ; Correctional Centre Millbrook, Industries, 76,872 ; Correctional Centre Mimico, 
12,340; Correctional Centre Mimico, Industries, 54,087; Correctional Centre Rideau, 11,402; 
George Courey and Sons, Ltd., 16,378; Dalex Industries, Ltd., 10,101; Davis Agency of 
London, 10,546; Deacon Bros. Sportswear, 17,446; Dearborn Chemical Company, Ltd., 
10,849; Dental Company of Canada, Ltd., 14,241 ; Departmentof Education, 69,325; Depart- 
ment of Health, 13,997; Department of Transportation and Communications (Highways), 
18,832; Department of Public Works, 339,890; Dodge Construction Co., Ltd., 125,734; Do- 
minion Dairies, Ltd., 27,058 ; Dominion Foundries and Steel, 195,059 ; Dominion Textile Co., 
Ltd., 61,377; Doughty McFarlane Flour Feed, 15,849; Drummond McCaU & Co., Ltd., 
11,494; D. X. Oil Co., 13,405; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 46,360; Emco, Ltd., 16,475; Empire 
Shirt Mfg. Co., Ltd., 16,612; Essex Packers, Ltd., 12,419; Etobicoke Township Hydro 
Electric Commission, 14,277; Evans Lumber Builders Supply, 10,330; Everist Brothers, 
Ltd., 29,225; Feldman Bros. & Wise, Ltd., 16,032; Firth Bros., Ltd., 39,701; Ford 
Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 11,260; Foster Home Maintenance, 769,099; Gamble- 
Robinson, Ltd., 26,092; General Motors of Canada, Limited, 20,529; Ginn-McLean 
Hardware Co., Ltd., 23,883; Gray Coach Lines, Ltd., 26,967; Greb Shoes, Ltd., 73,445; 
Guelph Hydro, 42,865; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 73,331; Harrison Hewitt, Ltd., 12,569; 
R. B. Hayhoe and Co., Ltd., 26,105; H. Hearst and Co., Ltd., 10,171; Hickeson Langs 
Supply Co., 139,669; Hobart Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 15,102; House of Concord, 12,453; 
Hudson's Bay Co., 16,988; Ideal Food Service Equipment, 15,713; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 
39,897; Imperial School Desks, Ltd., 11,367; Imperial Tobacco Sales Co. Canada, 51,909; 
Inter Royal Corporation, Ltd., 23,265; International Nickel Co. of Canada, 11,760; 
International Business Machines, 36,739; Robert Johnston Office Equipment, Limited, 
15,671; Kert Manufacturing Company, Limited, 12,876; Lewiscraft, 17,579; Liquifuels, 
Ltd., 62,299; Lockington Sports, Ltd., 18,426; M. Loeb, Ltd., 10,792; Lord and Burnham 
Co., Ltd., 18,939; Lumsden Bros., Ltd., 17,083; Alex Lyons Contr., 42,058; McLaughlin 
Co., Ltd., 18,939; Lumsden Bros., Ltd., 17,083; Lyons Alex, 41,058; McLaughlin 
Packing, 22,745; MacDonald Tobacco Incorporated, 108,072; MacDonald Tobacco 
Marketing, 16,821; Maciver and Lines, Ltd., 12,157; MacMillan Bloedel and Powell, 
19,600; MacNab Bus Sales, 18,309; Maher Shoes, Ltd., 41,352; Maple Lodge Farms, 
Ltd., 18,288; Richard Meen M.D., 14,495; 3M Canada, Limited, 30,235; Mother Parkers 
Tea and Coffee, 30,530; Moyer Vico, Ltd., 10,118; National Cash Register Co., 23,982; 
National Grocer Co., Ltd., 102,887; Nelkin Construction, Ltd., 29,841; Northern 
Electric Co., Ltd., 18,157; Office Specialty, Ltd., 12,360; Olivetti Canada, Limited, 
13,402; Ontario Hydro, 180,776; Peerless Machine and Tool Co., 18,295; Penmans, 
26,143; Public UtiHties Commission Gait, 10,209; Queen's Printer, 16,215; Receiver 
General of Canada — Postage, 65,087; Redpath Sugars, 31,029; Reesors Marmill, Ltd., 
40,659; Evelyn Richardson Dr., 11,218; Rite-Way Decorators, 11,871; Riverdale 
Hospital, 51,560; Rocamora Bros.. Ltd., 10,954; Rochester and Pittsburgh Coal, 73,535; 
Rothmans of Pall Mall Canada, 26,563; Rudolph's Fine Meats Products, 15,104; Russel- 
steel, Ltd., 24,619; Safety Supply Co., 14,134; Sainthill Levine and Co., Ltd., 28,138; 
Shell Canada, Ltd., 57,752; Silverwood Dairies, Ltd., 10,044; Simcoe Public Utilities 
Commission, 15,004; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 32,165; Sports Equipment of Toronto, 
37,361; St. Joseph's Hospital, 24,800; R. V. Stafford Agencies, Ltd., 17,139; The Steel 
Company of Canada, Ltd., 250,083; Steelcase Canada, Ltd., 25,047; Swift Canadian 
Co., Ltd., 42,327; Terrapin Unit Bldg. System, 125,593; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 62,317; 
A. O. Timm Contracting, Ltd., 80,939; Toronto Hydro Electric System, 22,395; Treasurer 
of Ontario, 11,482; Trent University, 16,300; Union Carbide Canada, Ltd., 15,133; 
Union Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd., 18,630; Uniroyal, Ltd., 14,056; United Co-op of Canada, 
13,391; University of Guelph, 12,048; Vanier Centre for Women, 52,223; Wabasso 
Co., Ltd., 67,219; Waldale Orchards, 27,542; Weston Bakeries, Ltd., 14,239; Whitney 
Construction, Ltd., 58,702; J. E. Wiegand and Co., Ltd., 29,274; Wilde Electric, 
10,009; Wilkinson & Kompass, Ltd., 10,075; A. R. Williams Machinery Co., Ltd., 
15,833; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 36,163; W. F. Wright M.D., 32,485; Xerox of Canada, 
Ltd., 29,599; Y. & W. Sportswear Inc., 24,453; Young Robertson, Ltd., 18,370; A. B. 
Zacks, 29,514; Gratuities, 253,428; Accounts under $10,000, 8,205,305 16,578,799 



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DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES — Continued 

Grants, etc. ($3,785,157) 

Grants to Private Training Schools : 

St. Euphrasia's School, Toronto, 672,154; St. John's School, Uxbridge, 

1,581,545; St. Joseph's School, Alfred, 1,301,728 3,555,427 

Grants to Centres of Criminology : 

University of Ottawa, 30,000; University of Toronto, 30,000 60,000 

Grant — Canadian Congress of Corrections 3,000 

Grant — Ontario Association of Corrections and Criminology 2,000 

Grants to After-Care Agencies : 

Elizabeth Fry Society, Ottawa, 3,000; Elizabeth Fry Society, Toronto, 

12,000; John Howard Society Ontario, 35,000; Salvation Army, 35,000 85,000 

Rehabilitation Assistance ($79,730): 

Adults— Sundry Persons, 56,834; Juveniles— Sundry Persons, 22,896 79,730 

Other ($42,420) 

Minister's Advisory Council on the Treatment of Offenders — 
allowances and expenses ($8,535) : 
Accounts under $10,000 8,535 

Ontario Parole Board — allowances and expenses ($13,005) : 

Accounts under $10,000 13,005 



Training Schools Advisory Board — allowances and expenses ($20,880): 

Accounts under $10,000 20,880 



42,420 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. C. J. S. Apps 15,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Correctional 

Services $62,063,586 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 

Hon. Robert E. Welch, Minister (Statutory, see page 40) 
Hon. Thomas L. Wells, Minister (Statutory, see page 40) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 



Salaries and Wages ($31,637,786) 



E. E. Stewart Deputy Minister 

L. M. Johnston Assistant Deputy Minister 

J. F. Kinlin " " " 

J. S. Stephen " " " 

H. S. Adams, 21,554; D. J. Allan, 20,074; P. Anderson, 21,844; W. G. Anderson, 21,886 
W. G. Anglin, 21,803; S. E. Armstrong, 38.645; W. C. Armstrong, 20,074; D. J. Ashworth 
21,803; H. Augustine, 20,074; G. L. Babcock, 21,803; D. G. Bagshaw, 24,063; J. Bain 
25,648; H. S. Barber, 21,554; B. C. Barrett, 21,554; A. Bayles, 21,803; J. G. Beaulieu 
24.433; J. M. Bell, 23,391; B. H. Bennett, 21,554; N. Bennet-Alder, 24,341; W. E 
Bergey, 21.803; G. D. Bergman. 24,191; N. A. Best, 24,433; A. W. Bishop, 25.648 
R. C. Blackwell, 21.886; W. C. Blake. 20.074; H. A. Blanchard. 26.548; T. Boardman 
21.554; C. A. Boe. 21,803; G. C. Bonham, 24.341; R. F. Bornhold. 27.534; W. B. Boston 
20,074; J. E. Bowers, 24,063; B. M. Boyd, 20,074; J. Boyd, 21,969; G. J. Bradshaw, 20.057 
R. Brault. 21,803; R. H. Brayford, 24,526; G. G. Brooks, 21,554; C. E. Butcher, 27,326 
P. J. Calarco, 21,380; M. B. Caldwell, 22,872; A. J. Campbell, 20,074; T. I. Campbell, 13,018 
G. R. Campsall, 24.063; A. T. Carnahan. 25,648; L. J. Carriere. 23.267; G. C. Cavanagh 
21,380; E. W. Charbonneau. 21,554; W. G. Chatterton, 24.387; N. Chatwin, 21,969 
M. Chochla, 21,803; D. E. Clack, 21.803; W. K. Clarke, 24,387; J. R. Cloutier. 22,378 
W. F. Colborne, 21,380; J. A. Coles. 21.803; W. W. Coulthard, 24,063; W. L. Cousineau 
21.554; D. H. Craighead, 32,989; J. H. Crammond. 21,844; G. Craven, 20.074; C. R 
Crawford. 21,969; H. R. Cross. 21,674; J. K. Crossley, 27,014; V. J. Cunningham, 21,803 
M. J. Curtis, 20.249; H. W. Cyr, 24.479; M. F. Cyze, 21.028; A. H. Dalzell, 24.063 
E. L. Davies, 20,074; J. G. Davis, 24,202; E. A. Dayman. 21.554; J. G. Demeza, 23,055 
B. B. Denyes, 21,803; G. O. Dickinson, 21,674; D. F. Dineen, 24,230; J. R. DiProfio 
20,567; J. E. Doris, 21.995; E. Downie, 21,554; J. L. Duchesneau, 21,720; L. Dunelyk 
21,803; H. I. Dunlop, 24,065; D. H. Dunn, 25,259; R. A. Dunsmore, 21,803; J. G. Elford 
20,249; L. A. Emery, 20,028; N. T. Emery, 21,566; E. C. Evans. 21,844; D. P. Fennell 
24,341; G. C. Filion, 24,526; H. K. Fisher, 27.326; W. E. Fleck, 23,669; R. C. Fobert 
24,341 ; T. M. Forman, 23,391 ; D. A. Fox, 21,803; J. C. Eraser, 22,828; L. L. Fretz. 21,886 
R. W. Froats. 27,326; C. W. Gabel, 21,886; G. D. Gaitskell, 24.063; A. Gamble, 24,526 
G. W. Garrod, 21.803; L. J. Gauthier. 21.803; N. J. Gillespie. 21.803; H. E. Gillies 
25.522; R. C. Gillin. 21.276; K. K. Glenn, 21,803; E. W. Goddard, 21,554; R. H 
Goddard. 24.341; R. J. Gorwill. 21.803; S. C. Gragg. 22.254; J. R. Graham, 21,803 
W. K. Gray, 24,341; G. K. Greason, 21,803; D. C. Greatorex, 21,554; R. E. Gregory 
21,554; H. A. Griffith, 23,267; H. Gurney, 21,554; G. T. Hackett, 21,803; F. L. Hallam 
20,074; P. J. Hames, 20,074; W. A. Hamilton, 21,554; D. F. Harris. 24.433; J. B. Healey 
25.745; H. B. Henderson. 27.014; G. C. Heymans, 20,074; F. Hogg, 20.927; W. C. Home 
21,554; T. H. Houghton, 24.433; R. J. Hunter, 20,074; T. W. Hyder, 21,761; G. I 
Isford. 24.341; R. A. Jackman. 24,063; H. W. Jacobs, 21,380; E. O. Jarvis, 20,074 
A. J. Johnson, 21,674; K. D. Johnson, 21.803; O. R. Johnson. 20,171; D. C. Johnston 
20,074; J. Jones, 20,074; R. L. Jones. 21.380; E. F. Jordan. 21,554; K. E. Junkin 
20,394; G. A. Kaye. 25.259; G. T. Keeler. 23.091; D. J. Kelly. 20.171; D. E. Kennedy. 
23,055; D. W. Keyho. 21.803; D. A. Kinchlea, 21.483; B. J. Kipp. 24.341; D. A. Kirk. 
22.486; E. L. Knickerbocker. 21.483; H. L. Knight. 21.886; R. D. Latimer. 21,803 
J. F. Lawless, 26,674; A. M. Lawson, 24,063; R. F. Lawton, 22,986; N. W. Lemmer 
21,554; J. W. Lesage, 21.276; M. J. Liebovitz, 20,074; E. L Lindsay, 21,554; W. L 
Lockerbie, 21.803; J. R. Long, 21,803; J. C. Loveland, 23,091; J. S. Lowcock. 21.969 
J. L. MacDowell. 21.844; W. S. Maclnnes. 21.554; J. C. MacKenzie, 20.074; J. R 
MacLean, 24,063; D. G. MacLeod, 20,074; G. M. MacMartin, 24,341; D. A. MacTavish 
24,387; R. A. Madeley, 21,359; L. D. Maiden, 21,554; L. E. Maki, 24,433; F.L. Marchand 
21,803; J. A. Martin, 21,886; J. Martineau, 21,346; N. B. Massey, 24,063; D. B 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 



Maudsley, 21,276; F. J. McAllister, 24,433; J. R. McCarthy, 40,630; W. C. McClure, 
22,867; J. M. McConnell, 24,341; W. D. McCuaig, 24,341; O. G. McDowell, 21,803; 
I. G. McHaffie, 24,341; C. I. Mclntyre, 20,152; P. McKay, 21,803; R. M. McKay, 20,172; 
L. J. McLachlan; 21,359; H. -L. McNaught, 21,886; W. L. McNeil, 21,554; S. M. McPhee, 
24,341; E. R. McPherson, 21,380; A. L. Meloche, 21,276; J. M. Metcalf, 21,803; I. C. 
Michalski, 20,074; J. R. Millette, 21,761; J. F. Milliken, 21,380; H. R. Mills, 21,554; 
W. G. Mitchell, 22,254; W. T. Mitchell, 21,380; W. M. Morgan, 20,074; W. H. Morris, 
20,249; I. E. Morrison, 21,131; G. R. Munnings, 24,387; E. J. Murphy, 20,074; W. B. 
Neeb, 21,803; G. W. Nelson, 23,854; P. W. Nightingale, 20,074; S. D. Oakes, 23,179; 

C. W. Ogden, 20,249; J. W. Opper, 21,276; S. T. Orlowski, 20,419; E. G. Overend, 
21,761; D. M. Paul, 20,319; F. N. Pearen, 21,803; J. O. Pelletier, 21,844; D. A. Penny, 
25,550; E. R. Pipher, 21,359; G. R. Podrebarac, 22,378; F. Poleschuk, 21,554; J. R. 
Potvin, 21,886; T. M. Pratt, 21,380; L. G. Queen, 24,433; E. J. Quick, 24,526; W. M. 
Ransberry, 21,969; H. B. Rapley, 21,803; V. R. Reid, 21,554; R. G. Rist, 27,326; 

D. I. Rose, 23,523; G. F. Ross, 21,886; D. Russell, 20,309; S. P. Ryan, 21,554; J. B. 
St. John, 20,852; R. E. Schatz, 21,803; D. W. Scott, 27,430; G. A. Scroggie, 24,341; 
R. E. Secord, 21,249; R. Sheridan, 20,074; J. F. Siebert, 20,035; C. G. Smith, 21,886; 
J. E. Smith, 24,526; J. A. Snetsinger, 21,803; V. E. Southall, 21,803; G. L. Spalding, 
21,803; G. W. Spring, 23,001; G. D. Spry, 28,141; A. State, 21,637; L. W. Steele, 
24,341; R. R. Steele, 27,534; D. Steinhauer, 25,648; J. D. Stennett, 24,526; R. J. 
Stevenson, 21,380; L. E. Stewart, 20,786; A. M. Stocker, 24,341; J. W. Storey, 23,179; 
D. A. Stratton, 21,761 ; J. J. Sullivan, 23,091 ; R. M. Surtees, 21,969; H. A. Sutton, 22,828; 
L. A. Swatridge, 21,554; G. E. Syme, 21,803; R. M. Taillefer, 21,554; M. Taylor, 
21,886; W. C. Taylor, 21,969; J. W. Tennier, 21,803; C. E. Thomas, 21,803; R. A. Thomas, 
24,433; J. R. Thomson, 24,526; W. C. Tiessen, 21,554; P. H. Torrance, 23,267; D. R. 
Tovey, 23,091; H. H. Town, 24,063; K. I. Towsley, 21,380; M. R. Tremblay, 20,074; 
J. B. Turcotte, 20,074; J. K. Vallance, 21,554; W. C. Vanderburgh, 24,526; V. L. 
Vandergust, 21,886; F. W. Vickers, 24,341; R. K. Vogan, 21,886; K. H. Waites, 2^,801; 
G. H. Waldrum, 27,014; G. E. Walford, 20,249; O. R. Watson, 24,323; W. W. Watt, 
21,803; A. F. Watts, 21,803; B. F. Webber, 20,423; J. E. Whicher, 20,074; G. White, 
20,074; G. E. Wiley, 21,276; F. H. Wilkinson, 21,886; F. S. Wilson, 22,074; J. H. 
Wilson, 21,803; P. F. Wiseman, 25,550; G. L. Woodruff, 27,014; H. K. Wooster, 23,091; 
W. J. Wright, 21,803; C. W. Young, 21,927; D. I. Young, 27,513; Other salaries 

and wages. 24,702,856 31,637,786 



Employee Benefits ($2,143,695) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — Re : Canada Pension Plan, 299,542 ; Group 
Insurance, Long Term Income Protection Plan, Ontario Health Insurance 
Plan, Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, and Ontario Hospital 
Plan, 310,561; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 1,092,295; Teachers' 
Superannuation Fund, 382,460; Unemployment Insurance, 38,150 

Workmen's Compensation Board 



Travelling Expenses ($1,805,459) 



2,123,008 
20,687 



2,143,695 



H. S. Adams, 3,602; B. G. Albright, 2,500; W. G. Anglin, 2,795; W. C. Armstrong, 2.904; 
Associated Toronto Taxi-Cab Co-Op Ltd., 6,753; H. A. Augustine, 4,339; R. G. Babion, 
2,716; T Bailey, 4,594; B. C. Barrett, 3,011; P. D. Bawden, 2,990; A. S. Bayles, 2,895; 
R. G. Beaudoin, 3,128; Belleville Transit Commission, 6,730; N. Bennet-Alder, 2,736; 
N. A. Best, 4,719; G. M. Blake, 3,450; W. C. Blake, 3,448; B. L. Borthwick, 2,916; W. F. 
Boston, 2,659; J. E. Bowers, 3,053; B. M. Boyd, 3,876; R. Brule, 2,574; C. E. Butcher. 
3,239; R. H. Cairns, 2,586; P. J. Calarco, 2,784; M. B. Caldwell, 3,036; A. J. Campbell, 
4,351 ; Canadian Education Association, 3,250; Capitol Taxi Limited, 3.187; R. G. Caphng, 
2,783; R. B. Carson, 3,362; Central Radio Taxi Company, Belleville, Limited, 2,528; 
E. J. Chard. 3,826; Charterways Company, Limited, 5,805; M. Chochla, 3,333; D. R. 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 



Clarke, 6,083; J. R. Cloutier, 2,991; W. F. Colborne, 4,189; W. W. Coulthard, 2,755 
County School Bus Service, 11,392; County Bus Service, Foxboro, 5,291; J. C. Cousineau 
3,063; W. L. Cousineau, 3,680; H. A. Craig, 4,172; G. Craven, 3,605; R. H. Crighton 
3,059; V. J. Cunningham, 2,619; H. W. Cyr, 4,214; M. F. Cyze, 2,866; A. H. Dalzell 
4,403; J. O. Darbyshire, 3,349; Davidson & Davidson Travel Agents, 6,063; E. L. Davies 
3,476; J. G. Davis, 3,263; E. A. Dayman, 3,109; G. Delisle, 3.011; D. F. Dineen, 4,073 
B. Driscoll, 3,193; A. Dubois, 2,681-; J. L. Duchesneau, 3,228; M. Ellement, 2,983; N. T 
Emery, 3,844; D. P. Fennell, 4,543; H. K. Fisher, 2,626; Fishleigh Travel Service, 3,543 
W. E. P. Fleck, 3,475; R. C. Fobert, 3,037; D. A. Fox, 2,557; M. A. Froment, 2,783; D. A 
Garvie, 2,609; L. J. J. Gauthier, 5,114; C. A. Gehrels, 2,510; G. George, 2,940; R. C. Gillin. 
2,743; K. K. Glenn, 2,513; E. W. Goddard, 2,690; R. S. Goodson, 2,550; N. M. Gorham 
2,780; G. Gougeon, 2,592; G. T. Hackett, 3,307; F. L. Hallam, 3,195; D. Hallman, 2,596 
W. A. Hamilton, 3.224; F. Hanson. 3,641; J. B. Healy, 3,025; H. B. Henderson. 2,522: 
G. C. Heymans, 2,701; E. L. Houghton, 3,795; T. H. Houghton, 2,725; R. J. Hunter 
4,341; F. W. Hyder, 3,395; H. W. Jacobs, 2,825; E. O. Jarvis. 2,844; E. D. L. Johnson 
2,565; E. C. Johnson. 2.574; K. D. Johnson, 4,205; D. C. Johnston, 3,038; D. M. Jolley 
3,024; J. Jones, 2,586; L. W. Jones, 3.247; R. L. Jones. 3.151; G. T. Keeler, 3,249; D. J 
Kelly, 2,978; D. E. Kennedy, 2,530; J. D. Kennedy, 3,114; D. T. Kerr, 2,919; D. A 
Kinchlea, 3,266; King's Hall, 11,333; B. J. Kipp, 3,241; D. A. Kirk. 3,262; T. J. Kish 
2,741 ; E. L. Knickerbocker, 3,019; L. Laboret, 3,819; H. A. Lacseul, 2,621 ; J. P. Lanthier 
4,094; R. D. Latimer. 2.875; R. F. Lavack, 4,340; F. H. Lemieux, 3,838; M. J. Liebovitz 
3,014; W. L. J. Lockerbie, 3,483; J. R. Long, 2.958; Lord Simcoe Hotel. 2,672; R. J 
Losole, 2,692; P. McCallum, 3,501; McGinnis Coach Lines, 5,672; D. C. McGugan, 4,470 
I. G. McHaffie, 2,526; S. M. McPhee, 3.075; E. R. McPherson, 2,743; J. L. MacDowell 
3,098; W. S. MackilHcan, 3,506; J. R. MacLean, 5,946; D. G. MacLeod, 3,105; D. W 
Maddocks, 2,888; R. A. Madeley, 3.257; L. D. Maiden, 3,306; L. E. Maki, 2,604; S. Mallory 
2,797; D. W. Malpass, 2,634; J. R. Manser. 3,282; F. L. Marchand, 3,608; J. A. Martin 
3,693; N. M. Martyn, 3,327; D. B. Maudsley, 3,850; A. L. P. Meloche, 3,720; J. M. Metcalf 
3,487; Metro Cab Company, 5,834; C. Michalski, 2,504; J. F. S. Mihiken. 3.503; W. G 
Mitchell, 4,076; A. S. Mollica, 2,722; E. Moloney. 3,027; W. M. Morgan, 3,775; E. J 
Murphy, 3.093; W. B. Neeb, 2,509; C. H. Norton Bus Lines, 36,422; W. J. Oatway, 2,731 
J. W. Opper, 2,814; G. G. M. Overend, 2,640; D. H. H. Pace, 4,232; Park Plaza. 2.728 
Park Motor Hotel, 3,160; G. M. Patterson, 2.858; R. G. Perry, 3.674; D. Pharand 
3,802; E. R. Pipher, 3,573; G. R. Podrebarac, 2,681; L. P. Poirier, 2,937; F. Poleschuk 
3,485; J. R. Potvin, 2,823; T. M. Pratt, 2,785; Project Sole, 9,599; J. W. Rahn, 2,765 
W. M. Ransberry, 3,268; H. B. Rapley, 2,699; Rathbun Bus Service Limited, 6,783 
E. E. Richmond, 4,181; Richmonds School Coach Service, 2,860; D. F. Roberts, 2,589 
D. I. Rose, 2,594; S. A. Rowe, 3,355; S. B. Roy. 2,674; G. A. Scroggie, 2,847; R. E 
Secord, 5,484; J. Seguin, 3,530; L. M. Skube, 4,019; A. G. Smith, 3,822; C. G. M. Smith 
2,574; G. E. Smith. 2,550; J. A. Snetsinger, 2,700; G. L. Spalding, 3,007; D. M. Speer & 
Company, 10,598; R. R. Steele, 5,162; D. Steinhauer, 2,898; R. J. Stevenson, 2,667 
D. E. Story, 3,129; D. A. Stratton, 2,950; W. T. Sunahara, 2,721; R. M. Surtees 
3,257; G. E. Syme, 2,567; E. W. Tate, 2,950; M. Taylor, 2,555; K. F. Telfer, 2,719 
J. W. Tennier, 2,880; E. R. Terry, 3,969; L. E. Thompson, 2,641; W. C. Tiessen 
3,687; P. E. Tikkanen, 2,625; Trailways of Canada. Limited, 7,527; M. R. Tremblay 
3,296; J. B. Turcotte, 4,079; University of Waterloo, 3.007; J. M. Vallance, 3,541 
V. L. Vandergust, 3,204; P. J. Varpio, 4,624; M. Vasko, 3,256; D. Walden, 3,052 
G. H. Waldrum. 3,563; G. F. Whalen, 3,069; G. White, 2,750; G. E. Wiley, 3,429 
R. R. Wittenberg. 3.146; M. A. Wood, 4,302; H. K. Wooster, 3,088; W. J. Wright, 
2,654 ; S. Zacher, 2,590 ; Other accounts under $2,500. 985,622 



1,805,459 



Materials, Supplies, etc. (Ji»12,516,972) 



Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 33,356; Applied Electronics, Ltd., 52,579; Arbor 
Scientific, Ltd., 10,173; Audio-Visual Systems, 11,551; Barber-Ellis of Canada, Ltd., 
21,934; BASF Canada, Ltd., 18,373; Beaver Food Service Associates, Ltd., 61,644; 
Beaver Lumber Acceptance Corporation, Ltd., 17,250; Beaver Lumber Company, Ltd.. 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 



17,602; Bell & Howell Canada, Ltd., 28,592; Bell Canada, 179,898; Belleville Utilities 
Commission, 45,897; Eddie Black, Ltd., 31,348; BP Canada, Ltd., 59,970; Brantford 
Packers, Ltd., 14,563; Brantford Public Utility Commission, 19,648; British Broad- 
casting Corp., 49,270; Brock University, 12,084; Cambrian College of Applied Arts and 
Technology, 12,014; Canadian Broadcasting Corp., 70,074; Canadian Guild of Crafts, 
11,427; Canadian Pacific Express, 13,067; Canadian Steelcase Co., Ltd., 23,826; Carleton 
Board of Education, 23,903; Carmen Educational Associates, Ltd., 11,865; Central 
Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., 11,349; Clark & Miles Quahty Meats, 12,717; Co- Formation, 
29,599; Commercial Cleaning Service, 10,237; Conseil des Ecoles Separees Catholiques 
District de Sudbury, 14,627; Contrary Holdings, Ltd., 25,750; Cooper & Beatty, Ltd., 
10,006; Cooper Keypunch Services, Ltd., 56,142; Chas. B. Copeland, Limited, 10,921; 
Coronet Instructional Films, Ltd., 33,473; Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 14,849; A. B. Dick 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 13,517; J. & J. Dineley, Ltd., 13,429; Direction- Jeunesse, 18,236; 
Ditto of Canada, Ltd., 13,402; Dominion Dairies, Ltd., 16,454; Educational Film 
Distributors, Ltd., 72,548; Educator Supplies, Ltd., 24,573; Encyclopaedia Britannica 
Publications, Ltd., 61,798; Environics Research Group, Ltd., 11,000; Borough of 
Etobicoke Board of Education, 33,741; Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd., 25,422; 
Gage Educational Publishing, Ltd., 11,340; Geneva Park, 13,436; Gestetner (Canada), 
Ltd., 65,863; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 17,468; Fred W. Halls Paper Company, Ltd., 66,594; 
Halton County Board of Education, 20,683; Hamilton Board of Education, 49,708; 
Department of Health, 79,153; Hickeson-Langs Supply Co., 29,537; Hobel-Leiterman 
Productions, Ltd., 14,400; Hollinger House, 10,035; Holt, Rinehart & Winston of Canada, 
Ltd., 147,210; Jack Hood School Supplies Co., 11,636; Humber College of Applied 
Arts & Technology, 11,280; J. J. Hunter Lumber Company, 13,550; Informatics Inc., 
11,264; Institution des Sourdes-Mouettes, 42,446; Institution des Sours de Montreal, 
48,871; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 886,607; International Computer Optics, Ltd., 24,043; 
International Telefilm Enterprises, 135,215; Robert Johnston Office Equipment, Ltd., 
12,567; Lakehead Board of Education, 14,790; Laurentian University, 51,347; Leeds & 
Grenville County Board of Education, 15,000; Department of Labor, 21,331; Lewiscraft, 
10,957; Lincoln County Board of Education, 11,777; Lino-Comp, 25,508; London Board 
of Education, 28,773; Longmans Canada, Ltd., 18,771; McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Ltd., 
89,432; McGraw-Hill Co. of Canada, Ltd., 62,596; McMaster University, 24,679; Maclver 
& Lines, Ltd., 19,172; MacMillan Co. of Canada, Ltd., 19,956; Marlin Motion Pictures, 
Ltd., 260,273; Marshall Pictures, 13,514; Marshall/Taylor Productions, Ltd., 20,000; 
Metropolitan Separate School Board, 37,730; Middlesex County R. C. S. S. Board, 13,053; 
Milton Hydro, 25,100; Milton Pubhc Utilities Commission, 17,173; Minnesota Mining & 
Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 40,715; Modern Building Cleaning, 34,304; Mohawk 
College of Applied Arts & Technology, 32,340; Mohawk Data Sciences (Canada), Ltd., 
20,692; Moore Business Forms, Ltd., 37,777; Moreland Latchford Productions, Ltd., 
73,551; Moyer Vico, Ltd., 47,428; Munn Envelopes Company, Ltd., 44,270; Myers 
Coal Company, Ltd., 27,851; National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 48,415; 
National Film Board, 112,073; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 11,789; Thomas Nelson & 
Sons (Canada), Ltd., 16,773; Newenhouse/Novo International, 14,913; Nipissing Board 
of Education, 14,790; Nor-Ed Supplies, Ltd., 11,110; North York Borough Board of 
Education, 56,004; Northern & Central Gas, 11,033; Northern Ontario Natural Gas 
17,797; North Star Electrical Wholesale, Ltd., 36,594; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 45,030 
Ohvetti Canada, Ltd., 27,703; Ontario Association for Continuing Education, 31^980 
Ontario Association of Art Galleries, 10,625; Ontario Craft Foundation, 49,486; Ontario 
Educational Research Council, 10,906; Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 
522,194; Ontario Recreation Educators Association, 18,400; Ontario Recreation Society, 
38,235; Ontario Research Council in Leisure, 15,772; Ontario Theatre Conference, 21,750; 
Ontario Youtheatre, 120,900; B. S. Onyschuk, 23,668; Ottawa Board of Education, 
36,524; Oxford County Board of Education, 17,942; Perth County Board of Education, 
15,907; Peterborough County Board of Education, 13,911; Sir Isaac Pitman (Canada), 
Ltd., 17,686; Premier A/V Sales, Ltd., 15,668; Project Sole, 61,228; Department of 
Pubhc Works, 783,955; Queen's University, 18,274; Real Time Corporation, Ltd., 17,237; 
Receiver General of Canada, 452,208; Redi-Set Business Forms, Ltd., 44,081; P. S.' 
Ross & Partners, 42,220; Rowney Canada, Ltd., 28,536; Scarborough Board of Education, 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 



56 136- T M Schneider Ltd.. 20,287; Scholars Choice, Ltd., 20,727; Scholastic Book 
Services 13 946- Science Borealis, Ltd., 28,805; Simcoe County Board of Education, 
21 345- Skyiine Hotels, 15,060; Source Data Control, Ltd., 51,246; Sovereign Film 
Distributors Ltd., 63,600; Sports Equipment of Toronto, Ltd., 12,351; Sudbury Hydro- 
Electric Commission, 27,585; Sudbury R. C. S. S. Board, 11,395; City of Thunder Bay 
16 788- Toronto Board of Education, 126,345; Department of Transportation & 
Communications, 21,681; Union Gas of Canada, Ltd., 12,538; United Gas Co. of Canada, 
Ltd 23 674- Universal Education & Visual Arts, 41,843; University of Ottawa, 55,317; 
University of Toronto, 11,937; University of Windsor, 39,220; Versafood Services, Ltd., 
106 231 - Visual Education Centre, 60,458; Waterloo County Board of Education, 28,253; 
Waterloo County R. C. S. S. Board of Education, 21,889; Wellington County Board of 
Education 16 389- Wentworth County R. C. S. S. Board, 18,205; Westprint, 15,177; 
G H Wood & Co., Ltd., 10,802; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 168,314; York University, 

50,671; East York Borough Board of Education, 20,973; Accounts under $10,000, 

4,185,823 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($1,126,406,029) 

Council of Ministers of Education ($180,713) : 

Council of Ministers of Education 



12,516,972 



180,713 



Programs of Cultural Exchange ($283,738) : 

Canadian University Service Overseas, 10,000; Maison Des Etudiants Canadiens, 
10 000- Ontario Folk Arts Council, 50,000; Ontario Society for Canadian and German 
Exchanges, 18,000; Accounts under $10,000, 195,738 283.738 

Grants ($9,020,287) : 

Boy Scouts of Canada, Provincial Council for Ontario i ' .^JJ^ 

Canadian Association for Adult Education ac'^qO 

Canadian Education Association ^c't^^ 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind 1 sn nnn 

Elliot Lake Centre for Continuing Education 180,000 



Institute of Pubhc Administration of Canada. 



15,000 



Moosonee Education Centre In 000 

Ontario Educational Association ]n'f\c\C\ 

Ontario Federation of Home and School Associations I7 nnn 

Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations 1 c nnn 

Ontario Girl Guides Association iqa nnn 

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in nnn 

Ontario Public School Trustees' Association 1 1 ^nn 

Ontario School Trustees' Council cnn'til^ 

Province of Ontario Council for the Arts ^.^UU.UUU 

Miscellaneous (as directed by the Minister) : 

Association Canadienne-Francaise de I'Ontario 1? 000 

Brock University 6 787 

Canadian Council for Research in Education 1 ^'^46 

Canadian Irish Studies Committee 99'cnn 

Corporation for the City of Kingston Parks and Recreation Yam) 

Itahan Community Education Centre 60 000 

National Ballet School 78 non 

National Theatre School of Canada um) 

Ontario Association for Continuing Education 11 499 

Ontario College of Education 60 000 

Ontario Craft Foundation 97n 794 

Ontario Institute for Studies in Education 9S 000 

Ontario Municipal Recreation Association ^^'"" 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 



Queen's University 19,585 

Sail Ontario 10,000 

Sail Canada Limited 12,048 

Stratford Shakespearean Festival Foundation of Canada 65,000 

Theatre Hour Company 70,000 

University of Guelph 30,031 

University of Ottawa 38,975 

University of Western Ontario 45,485 

York University 19,300 

Grants under $10,000 210,337 



9,020,287 

Payments to Teachers' Superannuation Commission, etc. ($23,951,058) : 

Compassionate allowances for ex-teachers, etc. (as directed by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council) : 
Sundry Persons 2,120 

Payment on unfunded liabihty of the Teachers' Superannuation Fund: 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 17,932,000 

Provision to increase, where applicable, annual allowances under. The 
Teachers' Superannuation Act to $2,100 and $1,050 for former 
contributors and their dependants respectively: 
Teachers' Superannuation Commission 2,053,491 

Provision for supplementary retirement benefits of from 2 per cent to 50 
per cent of annual allowances under The Teachers' Superannuation 
Act for certain retired teachers and dependants of former teachers. . 3,963,447 

23,951,058 

Special assistance for students in northern areas — services : 

Provision of facilities 11 ,008 

Grants to: The Ontario Educational Communications Authority 12,352,000 

General Legislative Grants ($1,011,035,533) : 

Public Schools: Defined Cities, 96,572,540; Counties, 211,819,284; Districts, 46,787,654; 
Isolates, 860,815; Schools estabHshed under section 12 of The Public Schools Act, 
4,467,938 360,508,231 

Separate Schools: Defined Cities, 69,852,097; Counties, 118,557,095; Districts, 49,497,600; 

Isolates, 1,460,433 239,367,225 

Secondary Schools : Defined Cities, 115,546,589 ; Counties, 223,359,929 ; Districts, 70,188,167 ; 

Schools established under Section 12 (5) of The Secondary Schools Act, 2,065,392 411,160.077 

Payments to School Boards, etc. in respect of Canada Pension Plan ($9,998,179) : 

Public Schools: Defined Cities, 1,828,010; Counties, 2,351,180; Districts, 433,302; 
Isolates, 6,776; Schools established under Section 12 of The Pubhc Schools Act, 
47,728 4,666,996 

Separate Schools: Defined Cities, 568,131; Counties, 846,574; Districts, 326,959; 

Isolates, 6,424 1 ,748,088 

Secondary Schools: Defined Cities, 1,248,607; Counties, 1,884,287; Districts, 447,897; 

Schools established under Section 12 (5) of The Secondary Schools Act, 2,304 3,583,095 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 



Cost of Education of Non-Resident Pupils, etc. ($1,999,999) : 

Public Schools : Defined Cities, 325 ; Counties, 35,088 ; Districts, 319,691 ; Isolates, 229,014 . . 584,1 18 

Separate Schools : Defined Cities, 754, Counties, 2,199 ; Districts, 178,738 ; Isolates, 3,599 185,290 

Secondary Schools : Defined Cities, 13,109 ; Counties, 255,926 ; Districts, 961 ,556 1 ,230,591 

Construction and equipment of additional vocational units for school 
boards, etc. ($46,999,833): 
Boards of Education ; 

Atikokan, 230,561; Brant, 690,067; Carleton, 130,158; Central Algoma, 690,225; 
Cochrane-Iroquois Falls, 388,094; Dryden, 181,875; Dufferin, 42,299; Elgin County, 
552,371; Espanola, 20,712; Essex County, 1,291,812; Etobicoke, 432,816; Fort 
Frances-Rainy River, 47,600; Frontenac County, 554,055; Grey County, 186,837; 
Haldimand County, 60,242; Halton County, 490,345; Hamilton, 1,058,370; Hastings 
County, 1,103,049; Lakehead, 834,956; Leeds and Grenville County, 403,847; Lincoln 
County, 536,590; London, 2,672,357; Manitoulin, 44,962; Muskoka, 398,074; Niagara 
South, 1,240,157; Nipissing, 475,600; Norfolk County, 503,049; North York, 
95,654; North Shore, 18,621; Northumberland and Durham County, 1,762,763; 
Ontario County, 2,393,887; Ottawa, 1,346,638; Oxford County, 368,332; Parry Sound 
West, 625,135; Peel County, 3,338,083; Perth County, 137,399; Peterborough County, 
1,466,201; Renfrew County. 114,894; Sault Ste. Marie, 1,642,301; Scarborough, 
3,786,254; Simcoe County, 2,950,800; Sudbury, 1,236,082; Timmins, 1,083,214; 
Toronto, 3,915,783; Victoria County, 891,636; Waterloo County, 1,444,961 ; Wellington 

County, 208,782; Windsor, 698,557; York. 594,357; York County, 1.555,608; 

Accounts under $10,000, 4,211 46,941,233 



Miscellaneous: 

Elliot Lake Centre for Continuing Education 58,600 



46.999.833 



Ontario Fitness Program ($494,106) : 
Grants: 

Canadian Amateur Swimming Association, 16,128; Central Ontario Track and Field 
Association, 21,693; Ontario Lacrosse Association, 16,089; Ontario Lawn Tennis 
Association, 14.000; Ontario Ski Council, 18,686; Ontario Rugger Union, 10,500; 

Ontario Soccer Association, 18,500; Sport Ontario, 229,000; Accounts under 

$10,000, 149,510 494.106 

Grants for Programs of Recreation, Non-Profit Camps and Arena 
Managers' Certificates, ($1,580,312): 
Cities : 

Hamilton, 15,000; Kitchener, 12,000; London, 15,000; Oshawa, 12.000; 
Ottawa, 15,000; St. Catharines, 12,000; Sudbury. 18,000; Thunder Bay, 

12,000; Toronto, 15,000; Windsor, 12,000; Accounts under $10,000, 

185,750 323,750 

Towns : 

Burlington, 12,000; Markham, 10,632; Mississauga, 12,000; Accounts 

under $10,000, 585,737 620,369 

Villages : 

Accounts under $10,000 164,141 

Townships : 

Accounts under $10.000 270,328 



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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION — Continued 



Improvement Districts: 

Accounts under $10,000 21,442 

Boroughs : 

Etobicoke, 15,000; Scarborough, 15,000; York, 12,000; York, East, 

12,000 ; York, North, 15,000 69,000 

County: 

Simcoe, 12,000 12,000 

Miscellaneous : 

Accounts under $10,000 19,968 

Sundry Organizations Operating Non-Profit Camps: 

Accounts under $10,000 44,964 

Arena Managers' Certificates: 

Accounts under $10,000 34,350 



1.580,312 



Grants to Public Libraries ($8,449,263) : 

Sundry Library Boards 8,499,263 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary (J$15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1971, Chap. 153 

Hon. Robert E. Welch April 1, 1971 to January 31, 1972 12,582 

Hon. Thomas L. Wells February 1, to March 31, 1972 2,418 

Contribution to the Teachers' Superannuation Fund ($51,004,415) 

The Teachers' Superannuation Act, R.S.O. 1971, Chap. 455, Sees. 22 and 23 

Teachers' Superannuation Fund 51 ,004,415 

Total 1,225,529,356 

Less: Recoveries from other Agencies re Data Processing 

operating costs 789,300 



Total Expenditure, Department of Education $1,224,740,056 



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41 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT 

Hon. J. A. C. Auld, Minister (Statutory, see page 42) 
Hon. G. A. Kerr, Minister (Statutory, see page 42) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($5,709,793) 

Everett Biggs Deputy Minister 4,933 

J. C. Thatcher " " 30,148 

H. A. Belyea, 20,830; T. W. Cross, 23,539; W. B. Drowley, 26,300; J. G. Fry, 20,491; 
J. D. Heaman. 21.988; H. Landis, 4,500; S. N. Linzon, 21,908; C. J. MacFarlane, 21,687; 
C. B. Martin, 23,539; D. N. McMullen, 20,830; J. W. Murray, 20,830; N. D. Patrick, 
21,171; L. Shenfeld, 23,539; I. G. Simmonds, 20,738; M. S. Smith, 20,174; G. S. Trivett, 
23,494; W.M.Walkinshaw, 23,583; Other salaries and wages, 5,315,571 



5,709,793 



Employee Benefits ($358,459) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 69,458; Group Insurance, 
Long Term Income Protection Plan, Ontario Health Insurance Plan, Ontario Health 
Services Insurance Plan and Ontario Hospital Plan, 82,409; Public Service Superannuation 
Fund, 196,546; Unemployment Insurance, 5,793 354,206 

Workmen's Compensation 4,253 



358,459 



Travelling Expenses ($601,716) 

Hon. J. A. C. Auld, 700; Hon. G. A. Kerr, 1,600; D. F. Aitkens, 3,464; P. Attack, 3,443 
R. A. Brooks, 2,555; D. R. Cressman, 2,947; D. G. Currie, 6,171; W. C. Currie, 4,684 
P. Davidson, 3,033; F. N. Durham, 3,558; H. Fischer- Jenssen, 2,555; J. G. Fry, 2,895 
R. J. Fry, 4,576; W. J. Gibson, 4,344; D. Haldane, 2,618; R. J. Howe, 2,875; F. A 
Hunter, 3,339; R. E. Johnson, 3,031; R. J. Keir, 3,748; K. G. Laver, 4,099; A. W 
McClellan, 5,056; P. C. McGovern, 5,722; A. F. McLaughlin, 3,466; R. J. Morse, 2,915 
R. T. Nishikawa, 3,047; E. J. Newman, 3,234; T. Pearsell, 3,095; G. B. Rivoche, 3,583 
M. C. Trineer, 3,113; H. A. Van Wesenbeeck, 4,345; W. M. Vrooman, 9,244; J. W 

Wardle, 2,661; N. F. Wells, 6,096; K. R. Westman, 2,706; H. F. Wright, 3,779; 

Accounts under $2,500, 473,419 



601,716 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,950,282) 

Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario, 10,000; Beckman Instruments, 31,367; 
Bell Canada, 30,576; Bracken Lee, Ltd., 27,664; Briars Inn & Country Club, 22,132; 
Budget Car Rentals, 51,728; Canadian Applied Technology, 57,477; Department of Civil 
Service, 41,845; Display Service, 15,228; Fischer Scientific Co., Ltd., 10,192; Greenwood 
Towers, 11,444; University of Guelph, 29,700; Department of Health, 13,582; Hewlett 
Packard, 11,733; Department of Transportation and Communications (Highways), 
39,257; Hydrology Consultants, Ltd., 14,829; Kaleidoscope Advertising, Ltd., 15,171; 
Laurentian University, 10,000; Levitt Safety, Ltd., 11,553; Nature Conservation of 
Canada, 10,000; Ontario Research Foundation, 131,920; Phihps Planning & Engineering, 
Ltd., 17,293; Proctor & Redfern Group, 19,511; Department of Public Works, 79,215; 
Pulp & Paper Research Institute of Canada, 20,000: Receiver General of Canada, 
27,862; Siemens Canada, Ltd., 23,136; South Nation River Conservation Authority, 
41,174; Temtron Electronics, Ltd., 22,452; University of Toronto, 41,550; Department of 
Transportation and Communications, 70,985; Department of Treasury and Economics, 
307,211; Varian Associates of Canada, Ltd., 11,146; University of Waterloo, 94,737; 
University of Western Ontario, 75,245; University of Windsor, 19,800; Carl Zeiss, 
Canada, Ltd., 11,111 ; Accounts under $10,000, 470,456 



1,950,282 



42 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($25,645,858) 

Conservation Authorities: 

Ausable River, 129,150; Cataraqui Region, 115,340; Catfish Creek, 49,436; Central Lake 
Ontario, 151,227; Credit Valley, 380,141; Crowe Valley, 52,216; Ganaraska Region, 
69,254; Grand River, 2,810,209; Halton Region, 655,174; Hamilton Region, 785,454; 
Junction Creek, 969,236; Kettle Creek, 102,378; Lakehead Region, 90,992; Long Point 
Region, 116,834; Lower Thames Valley, 105,385; Lower Trent Region, 87,553; Maitland 
Valley, 39,231; Mattagami Valley, 188,628; Metropolitan Toronto and Region, 3,315,550; 
Mississippi Valley, 26,240; Moira River, 163,590; Napanee Region, 229,478; Niagara 
Peninsula, 954,298; North Grey Region, 160,534; Nottawasaga Valley, 302,752; Otonabee 
Region, 169,373; Prince Edward Region, 23,008; Raisin Region, 44,455; Rideau Valley, 
150,390; Sauble Valley, 49,908; Saugeen Valley, 117,690; Sault Ste. Marie Region, 
105,510; South Lake Simcoe, 92,335; South Nation River, 42,036; Sydenham Valley, 
321.808; Upper Thames River, 353,373; Whitson Valley, 36,710 13,556,876 

Cities : 

Barrie, 18,923; Hamilton, 80,995; Peterborough, 16,997; Toronto, 58,015 174,930 

Towns : 

Burlington, 13,416; Cobourg, 16,785; Port Credit, 48,805; Tillsonburg, 17,716; Trenton, 

43,331 ; Wiarton, 20,365 160,418 

Townships ; 

Amabel, 18,667; Bastard and South Burgess, 11,437; Chinguacousy, 15,813; Innisfil, 

12,321 ; Moore, 10,401 ; Pittsburgh, 25,000 93,639 

Other : 

Abitibi Paper Co., Ltd., 10,392; Algoma Steel Corp., Ltd., 49,046; Allied Chemical 
Canada, Ltd., 87,012; Auto Specialties Mfg. Co. (Canada), Ltd., 20,581; Baker Brothers 
Iron and Metal (1970), Ltd., 22,211; Canada Cement La Farge, Ltd., 12,052; Canadian 
General Electric, Co., Ltd., 12,826; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 15,922; Disposal Services, 
Ltd., 36,201; Dominion Foundries and Steel, Ltd., 41,142; Dow Chemical of Canada, 
Ltd., 62,538; Dryden Chemicals, Ltd., 10,210; Falconbridge Nickel Mines, Ltd., 42,333; 
Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 66,008; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 111,346; 
Holmes Foundry, Ltd., 12,255; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 9,901,436; 
Imperial Oil Enterprises, Ltd., 21,542; Kimberley-Clark of Canada, Ltd., 40,747; Ontario 
Malleable Iron, Co., Ltd., 19,500; Ontario-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Co., Ltd., 40,507; 
Ontario Paper, Co., Ltd., 20,709; Ontario Water Resources Commission, 95,006; Polymer 
Corporation, Ltd., 13,813; Saint Lawrence Starch, Co., Ltd., 29,782; Shell Canada, 
Ltd., 18,839; Slater Steel Industries, Ltd., 24,836; Spruce Falls Power and Paper, Co., 
Ltd., 45,320; Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., 62,628; University of Toronto, 100,000; 
Walker and Sons, Ltd., 21,732; Grants under $10,000, 591,523 11,659,995 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 



Hon. J. A. C. Auld February 2, to March 31, 1972 2,418 

Hon. G. A. Kerr April 1, 1971 to February 1, 1972 12,582 



15,000 



Grant to The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, re 
Rural, Primary and Secondary Lines ($1,899,202) 

The Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 419 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 1,899,202 



Total Expenditure, Department of the Environment 

(excluding Ontario Water Resources Commission) $36,180,310 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



43 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT 
(ONTARIO WATER RESOURCES COMMISSION) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 



Salaries and Wages ($8,968,078) 

Members of Commission — Salaries or per Diem Allowances : 

b. J. Collins (Chairman), 3,593; H. E. Brown, 4,533; F. S. Hollings worth, 3,279; C. A. 
Martin, 5,489; D. A. Moodie, 8,643; J. H. Root, 12,790; L. Venchiarutti, 6,540 

Salaries : 

J. C. Arber, 19,730; J. R. Barr, 27,300; A. C. Beattie, 20,830; H. Browne. 20,830 
D. P. Caphce, 26,400; D. S. Caverly, 36,034; H. A. Clarke, 22,986; P. G. Cockburn, 26,400 
M. B. Fielding, 20.698; A. J. Harris, 25,485; E. F. Heath, 25,340; R. C. Hore, 20,514 
D. N. Jeffs, 22.986; R. D. Johnson, 23,816; G. H. Kay, 20,830; E. A. Ladbrooke, 20,514 
H. Landis, 21,850; J. C. MacDonald, 25,309; W. S. MacDonnell. 20,618; W. A. Marshall 
20,632; C. E. Mclntyre, 20,751; D. A. McTavish, 25,436; G. H. Mills, 20,751; J. H 
Neil, 25,533; P. J. Osmond, 20,830; J. B. Patterson, 20,790; C. W. Perry, 22,724 
F. R. Phoenix. 20,790; L. F. Pitura, 22.986; A. B. Redekopp, 20.830; R. K. D. Sachse 
26.877; C. F. Schenk, 20.790; K. H. Sharpe. 30.955; C. E. Simpson. 20,593; P. G. Spenst 
20,514; W. A. Steggles, 21,078; K. E. Symons. 25.485; L. M. Tobias. 25.436; G. R 
Trewin, 23,074; L. T. Vlassoff. 20.790; F. A. Voege, 29,353; A. K. Watt, 30.955; C. J 
Wilson. 21,431; T. J. Yakutchik, 20,830; Other salaries and wages, 7.894,527... 



44,867 



8.923.211 



Employee Benefits ($624,976) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 84,327; Group Insurance 
and Long Term Income Protection Plan, 24,548; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 
65,668; Ontario Hospital Plan, 23,926; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 411,178; 
Unemployment Insurance, 15,329 



624.976 



Travelling Expenses ($763,152) 

P. Astrom. 3,356; J. E. Beardsley. 5.360; K. Beesley, 3,072; R. Carret. 2.642; C. M. 
Faulkner. 3.217; R. E. Fetterly. 3,756; W. W. Fox, 2,626; E. Heywood. 3.688; B. Hines, 
2,662; W. Keller, 2,656; H. Kronis. 2.979; G. Laframboise. 3,913; D. W. Locklin, 4,232; 
K. MacLellan, 4,603; D. A. Moodie, 4,255; J. Reeves. 2.983; J. H. Root. 2.973; P. J. 
Singh, 2,559; W. A. Steggles, 3,094; J. West, 3,024; F. N. Wilson, 2,517; J. Wolaniuk, 
3,234; Accounts under $2,500. 689.751 



763,152 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($2,697,352) 

Air Canada, 51,496; R. V. Anderson Associates, Ltd.. 29,678; Arrow Leasing, Ltd., 34,283 
Bassel, Sullivan, Holland & Lawson, 18,474; Bell Canada, 15,220; Peter C. Bellamy 
In Trust, 33,500; Canadian Laboratory Supplies. Ltd.. 47,715; Canusa Water Well Co. 
Ltd., 15,440; Case Association Advertising, Ltd., 40,876; Central Scientific Co. of Canada 
Ltd., 11,525; Charters Publishing Co.. Ltd.. 43,378; W. O. Chisholm & Associates 
(Eastern), Ltd., 20,224; Domtar Chemicals, Ltd., 13,322; Durl Hopper WeU Drilhng 
13,010; Dustbane Enterprises, Ltd., 16,417; Espie Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 17,487 
Etobicoke Hydro, 26,250; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 26,168; Gore & Storrie, Ltd. 
22,867; City of Guelph, 11,074; Inter-Continental Maps & Charts, Ltd., 10,209; Inter- 
national Business Machines Co., Ltd., 44,075; International Water Supply, Ltd., 50,840 
Ivey Trailers. Ltd., 31.735; O. H. Johns Scientific, Ltd., 48,952; F. E. Johnston Drilling 
Co., Ltd., 16,709; Kee & Ross, In Trust, 37,480; Millipore, Ltd., 41,324; Modem Building 
Cleaning, 14,039; Northland Engineering, Ltd., 21,585; Penvidic Contracting Co., Ltd., 
38,057; City of Peterborough, 14,648; Pinkerton's of Canada, Ltd., 24,374; Property 



44 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 



Easements, Freeholds, etc. (Fallis, Fetterly, Beesley, Andrews & Shaw, etc.), 10,008; 
Receiver General of Canada, Department of The Environment, 30,885; J. L. Richards & 
Associates, Ltd. , 18,092 ; Richards Glass Co. , Ltd. , 1 1 ,344 ; Ruliff Grass, Ltd. , 42,404 ; Sargent- 
Welch Scientific of Canada, Ltd., 18,704; Corporation of City of Sarnia, 49,528; S.C.M. 
(Canada), Ltd., 17,931 ; Staples Display Advertising, Ltd., 11,833; Summit Ford Sales, Ltd., 
11,298; Superior Airways, 15,329; Corporation of Metropolitan Toronto, 85,382; Toronto 
Transit Commission, 10,851; Totten, Sims, Hubicki Associates, Ltd., 13,470; Treasurer 
of Ontario, Department of Public Works, 42,587; Tywood Industries, Ltd., 13,761; 

City of Windsor, 46,053; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 17,264; Accounts under $10,000, 

1,421,219 2,790,374 

Less: Transfers to Provincial Programs — Construction 93,022 

2,697,352 



Engineering Services, Contracts, etc. — Municipal Projects ($3,043,899) 

Alexandria, Town of, 12,800; R. V. Anderson Associates, Ltd., 22,064; Baldasaro & Mac- 
Gregor, Ltd., 123,416; Canadian-British Engineering Consultants, Ltd., 18,067; Canadian 
Mitchell Associates, Ltd., 38,911; W. O. Chisholm & Associates, 18,479; Coralta Drilling 
(Kitchener), Ltd., 16,514; Decker Contracting, Ltd., 187,045; Disher-Farrand, Ltd., 
60,609; Don Eadie Construction, Ltd., 144,910; Dixhill Corporation, Ltd., 38,800; Earth- 
worm Red River, Ltd., 94,117; Faulkner Well Drilhng Co., Ltd., 11,994; O. J. Gaffney, 
Ltd., 114,940; Gore & Storrie, Ltd., 73,430; Village of Hagersville, 13,799; Hisey & 
Barrington, Ltd., 11,395; International Water Supply, Ltd., 21,773; Kilborn Engineering, 
Ltd., 11,061; Kleenway Construction, 68,860; Logan Contracting, Ltd., 98,360; James 
F. MacLaren, Ltd., 20,660; Mastercraft Bridge & Engineering (Ottawa), Ltd., 51,849; 
Matthews Group, Ltd., 35,747; C. A. McDowell, Ltd., 90,691; Nisbet, Letham, Ltd., 
11,830; Northland Engineering, Ltd., 56,937; Dom Paolone Plumbing and Heating, 
51,532; Pioneer Construction Co. (1967), Ltd., 235,168; City of Port Colborne, 120,767; 
K. H. Preston Construction. Ltd., 128,464; Proctor & Redfern, Ltd., 47,584; Town of 
Renfrew, 58,676; J. L. Richards & Associates, Ltd., 55,471; Rideau Valley Constructors, 
Ltd., 654,181; B. M. Ross & Associates, Ltd., 33,880; Ruliff Grass, Ltd., 105,305; 
Sandercock Construction, Ltd., 108,467; Schwenger Construction, Ltd., 14,659; W. L. 
Sears & Associates, Ltd., 20,271; Robert Simon Construction, Ltd., 290,407; Tidey 
Construction Co., Ltd., 36,938; Totten, Sims, Hubicki (Canada), Ltd., 18,561; Corpora- 
tion of the Town of Trenton, 110,633; Tricadian Developments, Ltd., 126,558; Ture 
Anderson (Eastern), Ltd., 13,576; Winchester Construction Co., Ltd., 33,518; Ed Witmer 
& Sons, Ltd., 369,655; Wyllie & Ufnal, Ltd., 12,772; Yellow Jacket Welding Co., 
Ltd., 14,142 ; Accounts under $10,000, 190,324 4,320,567 

Interest Charged by Province of Ontario: 

On Funded Debt, 1957 to 1970 5,220,568 

On Advances, 1971 30,521 

5,251,089 

Less: Interest Paid by Sundry Municipalities 5,059,801 

Net Interest Charged 191 ,288 

4,511,855 
Less Refunds: 

Capital repayments by sundry municipalities and others. . . . 901,245 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation payments 544,442 

Forfeited plan and specification deposits 1 ,290 

Miscellaneous refunds 19,889 

Provincial sales tax 1 ,090 

1,467,956 



3,043,899 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 45 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 

Engineering Services, Contracts, etc. — Provincial Projects ($42,186,403) 

Alcan-Colony Contracting Ltd. & Affiliates, 862,547; Amsco Canada, 10,131; R. V. Anderson 
Associates, Ltd., 230,551; Armstrong Bros. Co., Ltd., 432,233; C. G. Russell Armstrong 
Associates, Ltd., 129,685; Bandiera, Ltd. & Associates, 1,664,737; Beaver Construction 
(Ontario), Ltd., 827,465; Beaver Cook & Leitch, Ltd., 495,367; City of Belleville, 44,738; 
Belleville Utilities Commission, 76,868; Black & McDonald, Ltd., 22,439; Blenheim 
Public Utilities Commission, 14,000; E. Bondy Excavating & Trucking, Ltd., 27,810; 
Brampton Water Commission, 355,207; Bray, Schofield, MacKay & Kelly, In Trust, 
32,927; Bre-Aar Excavating, Ltd., 122,867; Ben Bruinsma & Sons, Ltd., 53,949; Canada 
Gunite Co., Ltd., 49,345; Canadian-British Engineering Consultants, Ltd., 290,419; 
Canadian Mitchell Associates, Ltd., 85,927; Ramon H. Casselman, 16,088; Catalytic 
Construction of Canada, 178,201 ; Cherrygate Developments, Ltd., 135,161 ; W. O. Chisholm 
& Associates, Ltd., 81,470; Clairson Construction, Ltd., 383,529; John Clark Building 
Enterprises, Ltd., 48,910; Collavine Brothers Construction Co., Ltd., 736,218; Con- 
Drain Co., Ltd., 586,661; Cosentino Construction Co., Ltd., 173,037; Crysler, Davis 
& Jorgensen, Ltd., 29,582; Daily Commercial News, 12,373; Fred C. Dally, In Trust, 
132,907; D'Amore Construction (Windsor), Ltd., 166,005; Dean Construction Co., Ltd., 
124,591; Decker Contracting, Ltd., 430,091 ; Deleuw, Cather & Co. of Canada, 27,359; 
Desourdy Construction, Ltd., 1,104,273; M. M. Dillon, Ltd., 278,663; Dunker Construction, 
Ltd., 789,716; Earthworm Red River, Ltd., 427,299; Ecodyne, Ltd., 131,707; Fischer 
& Porter (Canada), Ltd., 12,183; Framat Construction, Ltd., 1,043,804; Gap Construction 
Co., Ltd., 46,192; Gloin & Little, In Trust, 139,808; Gore & Storrie, Ltd., 908,127; 
Graham & Graham, Ltd., 426,127; Grant & Carruthers, Wm. C. Grant, In Trust, 
16,686; Haggerty Campbell Construction, Ltd., 161,518; Hisey & Barrington, Ltd., 
70,323; Horton Steel Works, Ltd., 428,686; Harry Hustler Co., 12,941; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario, 315,987; International Water Supply, Ltd., 47,891; 
Internorth Construction Co., 3,477,649; Jackson, Watson, Gillespie, Lane & Greenwood, 
In Trust, 449,988 ; Keystone Contractors (1970), Ltd., 637,683 ; Kilbarco Construction, Ltd., 
164,595; Kilborn Engineering, Ltd., 275,315; Konvey Construction Co., Ltd., 486,248; 
Lacroix, Forest & Labrosse, In Trust, 111,982; LaFontaine, Cowie, Buratto & Associates, 
49,724; Lane and Lane, 21,077; J. D. Lee Engineering, Ltd., 32,024; Leo Contracting 
Co., Ltd., 1,907,816; Lillico & Higson, In Trust, 129,298; Oliver Lloyd & Associates, 
Ltd., 32,002; Logan Construction, Ltd., 810,724; Louisburg Construction, Ltd., 85,048; 
Corporation of The Village of Lucan, 53,533; James F. MacLaren, Ltd., 138,471; Maple 
Engineering & Construction, 247,038; Markus & Sons, Ltd., 458,880; Marshall, Macklin, 
Monaghan, Ltd., 206,995; V. K. Mason Construction, Ltd., 3,478,566; Matthews Group, 
Ltd., 1,215,657; W. A. McDougall, Ltd., 4,144,837; C. A. McDowell, Ltd., 491,001; 
McLean-Peister, Ltd., 146,998; S. McNally & Sons, Ltd., 91,384; McNevin, Gee & O'Connor, 
(Mr. J. Gee), 37,134; Millman, Higgins & Heath, In Trust, 44,689; Mississauga Hydro 
Utilities, 11,413; Town of Mississauga, 589,003; Monteith-Ingram Engineering, Ltd., 
44,692; Robert Morse Corporation, Ltd., 17,757; Nadeco, Ltd., 456,534; Napier-Reid, 
Ltd., 71,725; James D. Nisbet, 29,862; Nisbet, Letham, Ltd., 14,370; Northeast 
Contractors, Ltd., 636,521; Northland Engineering, Ltd., 84,347; Corporation of The 
Village of Port Perry, 64,673; K. H. Preston Construction, Ltd., 678,338; Proctor & 
Redfern, Ltd., 914,092; J. D. Reid & Associates, Ltd., 19,803; Renzetti Construction, Ltd., 
466,761; J. L. Richards & Associates. Ltd., 150,179; Rideau Valley Constructors, Ltd., 
651,833; Town of Ridgetown, 25,464; Road Development Co., 173 667; Ruliff Grass, Ltd., 
466,750 ; City of St. Thomas, 71 ,250 ; Sandercock Construction, Ltd , 60,695 ; City of Sarnia, 
66,767; Schwenger Construction, Ltd., 617,568; Scofan Contractors Ltd., & D'Amore 
Construction (Windsor), Ltd., 775,612; Scott & Warner, In Trust, 42,980; E. & E. 
Seegmiller, Ltd., 99,645; Dana L. I. Smith, In Trust, 17,337; W. A. Stephensen Con- 
struction Co., Ltd., 847,633; I. C. Suatac Construction, Ltd.. 32,230; M. Sulhvan 
& Son, Ltd., 823,161 ; Sutcliffe Co., 11,088 ; Tatham Co.. Ltd., 83,828 ; Taillieu Construction, 
Ltd., 65,018; Tobias & Cochran, In Trust, 31,918; H. H. Todgham, 24,369; Todgham & 
Case, Ltd., 84,892; Totten, Sims, Hubicki Associates, Ltd., 31,531; Transportation and 
Communications (Highways), 64,371 ; Tripp Construction, Ltd., 3,194,618 ; Tfiton Engineer- 
ing Services, Ltd. , 75,408 ; Frank Van Bussel & Sons, Ltd. , 99,552 ; Van Minnen Construction, 
Ltd., 223,568; Varamae Construction, Ltd., 492,639; Waiter, Fedy, McCargar, Hachborn, 
Consulting Engineers, 125,307; W. L. Wardrop & Associates, Ltd., 50,986; Waynco, 



46 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT — Continued 



Ltd., 132,929; Westwood Drain Co., Ltd., 34,854; George Wimpey Canada, Ltd., 
1,117,786; Windsor Mechanical Contractors, Ltd., 34,470; Ed Witmer & Sons, Ltd.,' 
428,145; Woodstock Engineering Consultants, Ltd., 29,919; Transferred from General 

Expenditures — Current Year, 93,022; Previous Years, 195,943; Accounts under 

$10,000, 475,600 51,104,105 

Interest Charged by Province of Ontario: 

On Funded Debt, 1964 to 1970 7,363,688 

On Advances, 1971 1,409,744 

8,773,432 



Less: Interest Recovered from Provincial 

Projects 3,904,035 

Interest paid by Province of Ontario on 
behalf of Certain Qualifying 
Municipahties 718,416 



4,622,451 



Net Interest Charged 4,150,981 



55,255,086 



Less Refunds: 

Capital repayments by sundry municipalities and others. . . . 501,894 

Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation payments 12,506,368 

Forfeited plan and specification deposits 15,380 

Miscellaneous refunds 36,715 

Ontario retail sales tax rebates 8,326 



13,068,683 

-42,186,403 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. (JB>789,354) 

Payments towards the cost of sewage and water facilities for certain Municipalities 

qualifying for assistance (Treasurer of Ontario) 789,354 

Total Expenditure, Ontario Water Resources Commission 59,073,214 

Total Expenditure, Department of the Environment $95,253,524 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 47 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS 

Hon. E. A. Winkler, Minister (Statutory, see page 48) 
Hon. A. A. Wishart, Minister (Statutory, see page 48) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($4,875,588) 

F. J. Pillgrem Deputy Minister 36,034 

H. S. Bray, 29,407; T. O. Brown, 26,466; G. C. Chown, 22,423; E. Ciemiega, 21,569; 
S. Gorecki, 22,047; E. J. Gorman, 21,242; G. E. Grundy, 32,872; J. C. Horwitz, 
29,201; B. C. Howard, 27,804; W. M. Jaffray, 22,167; F. P. Lumbers, 21,143; E. A. 
Royce, 36,774; C. R. Salter, 21,242; J. Silver, 24,474; M. A. Thompson, 20,377; S. D. 
Turner, 26,923; J. K. Young, 28.870; Other salaries and wages, 4,404,553 4.875,588 

Employee Benefits ($329,281) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario: re — Canada Pension Plan, 47,431; Group Life 
Insurance Plan, 6,063; Long Term Income Protection Plan, 8,014; Ontario Health 
Insurance Plan, 12,412; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 24,366; Ontario 
Hospital Plan, 12,450; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 209,336; Unemployment 

Insurance, 6,676 326,748 

Workmen's Compensation Board 1.131 

Other employee benefits 1 .402 

329.281 



Travelling Expenses ($240,174) 

Hon. A. A. Wishart. 1.645; Hon. E. A. Winkler, 600; Air Canada, 13,172; J. S. Allan. 
3.722; G. C. Chown, 2,827; W. M. Earl, 4,659; H. C. Fletcher, 3,700; J. A. Francis, 
3.123; R. Garstang, 2.776; D. N. Kruger, 3,063; L. V. Lenahan, 2,876; H. M. Perdue, 
4,670; E. A. Royce. 3,525; A. Rushton, 2,571; G. M. Snyder, 2,630; J. A. Young, 3,090; 
Other accounts under $2,500, 181,525 240,174 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,064,573) 

N. S. Beaton, 34,232; Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 20,365; Dennison Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
13,033; Espie Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 27,517; Graham Verbatim Reporting, 20,136; 
Hunter Rose Co., 14,878; McGregor, McWilHams & O'Connell, 69,004; Minnesota Mining & 
Mfg. of Canada, Ltd., 10,570; National Cash Register Co. of Canada. Ltd., 12,426; 
Ontario Association of Real Estate Boards, 47.738; Polaroid Corporation of Canada, 
Ltd., 25,920; Public Relations Services. Ltd., 35.704; Department of Public Works, 

265,811; Queen's Printer, 47,620; Xerox of Canada. Ltd., 17,842; Accounts under 

$10,000, 401,777 1,064.573 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($2,302,835) 

Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society, 110,385; Canadian Trotting Association, 227,333; 
Dresden Agricultural Society. 12,870; Jockey Club, Ltd., 1,083.360; Ontario Veterinary 
College, 25,000; Ontario Jockey Club, 301,952; Rideau Carleton Raceway, 32,177; 

Western Fair Association, 97.112; Windsor Raceway Holdings, Ltd.. 364,464; Grants 

and subsidies under $10,000. 48,182 2,302,835 



48 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 

DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary (J^12,774) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. E. A. Winkler February 2, to March 31, 1972 2,418 

Hon. A. A. Wishart April 1, 1971 to December 7, 1971 10,356 

12,774 

Total Expenditure, Department of Financial and 

Commercial Affairs $8,825,225 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 49 

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH 

Hon. R. T. Potter, Minister (Statutory, see page 62) 
Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence, Minister (Statutory, see page 62) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($162,439,455) 

K. C. Charron Deputy Minister 41.289 

Alderdice, E. R., 20,366; H. R. Alderton, 28,770; J. S. Aldis, 35,363; R. Aldis, 26,624; 
H. D. Alexander, 26,624; N. J. Alexander, 26,678; R. W. Allin, 26,931; D. N. Anderson, 
28,689; W. N. Andrews, 28,825; N. Angel, 20,435; M. J. Ashley, 23,932; J. D. 
Atcheson, 25,024; 

Babiak, W., 29,044; T. J. Bailey, 26,931; H. C. Bain, 25,000; J. Baltrusaitis, 25,243; 
R. G. Barchha, 26,880; A. Barkauskas, 20,593; E. T. Barker, 23,918; R. S. Barton, 
27,034; M. E. Benians, 28,496; W. D. Bennett, 20,514; J. M. Berg, 28,335; A. G. 
Berry, 20,830; R. G. Berry, 23,239; E. Best, 32,008; R. M. Billings, 27,933; B. J. 
Blake, 27,531; C. Blazic, 28,934; G. H. Blennerhassett, 20,501; I. K. Bond, 28,825; 

A. Bonkalo, 28,496; B. A. Boyd, 33,258; E. A. Boyd, 26,624; D. H. Braden, 28,496; 

B. M. Branscombe, 24,757; J. M. Brewster, 23,539; D. M. Buchanan, 21,128; R. E. 
Builder, 21,967 ; A. F. Bull, 26.931 ; 

Cakuls, P., 28,825; E. R. Camunias, 20,179; J. W. Caverhill, 26,931; G. A. Chan, 26,305; 
E. Citry, 28,496; J. K. Clayton, 24,526; T. E. Cleary, 26,624; M. M. Clippinger, 21,242; 
M. M. Collins, 6,800; R. G. Congdon. 28,551; M. F. Conlon. 30,850; W. J. Copeman, 
24,618; R. C. Corrin, 26,624; E. G. Coulson, 21,657; J. E. Cowle, 25,291; H. G. Crane, 
21,232;W. H.Cross. 26,880; 

Daley, D. E.. 28.935; S. J. Dalrymple. 21.762; G. J. Davies. 20.514; J. Deadman, 
33,007; J. M. De Aragon, 21,581; N. R. Dearlove. 27.014; E. J. Deinum. 28,934; J. M. 
Delaney, 23,074; O. V. Dent, 21,179; H. J. Dickson, 20,172; J. Dolan, 28,496; F. J. 
Dubsky, 24,006; J. R. Dukszta, 23,984; E. A. Dunton, 26.624; H. B. Durost. 32,427; 
A. E. Dyer, 28,496; S. A. Dziurdzy, 26,931 ; 

Fades, B. R., 25,743; L. E. Elkerton, 31,085; F. H. Ellingham, 24,908; H. W. Elliott, 
23,793; K. A. Enright, 21,591 ; P. O. Erickson, 25,069; E. C. Evans, 27,923; 

Farmer, R. A., 30,850; R. E. Feasby, 24,674; J. C. Finley, 20,751; M. J. Fisher, 27,014 
M. Fitch. 24,202; P. C. Foley, 28,839; J. D. Forde, 25,291; W. R. Fowler. 23.433 
L. F. Frelick. 20.295; K. Freyshnger, 21,487; J. B. Frost, 26.799; A. L. Fulton. 20.039 

Galbraith, D. A.. 28.660; H. C. Galbraith. 28,934; C. A. Galloway, 20,514; P. D. Gatfield, 
26,778; D. M. Gauld. 28.496; B. Goldberg. 32.361; R. D. Goodbun, 24.283; A. M. 
Goodfellow Hodges. 21.762; W. F. Gordon, 26,530; R. K. Graham, 22,043; J. Grodzinski, 
28,934; P. Grof, 26,106; D. R. Gunn, 33.258; 

Haden, P., 28,386; C. B. Halpin, 26,259; R. C. Hansen, 25,236; H. L. Haust, 23,539; 

C. Hensch, 20,830; H. W. Henderson, 38,815; S. Henderson, 28.496; A. Hoogenraad. 
29.044; G. M. Hopwood. 20,751 ; S. G. Houtman, 28,177; 

Irwin, H. J., 21,762; G. A. Ives, 35,396; 

Jakovac, E., 20,514; A. L. Jamieson, 20,672; G. E. Jenkins, 28,825; A. G. Jessamine, 
24,908; D. Johnson, 26,931; S. E. Johnson, 25,740; G. C. Jones, 27,848; A. J. Josiukas, 
20,830; R. Just, 28,770; 

Kaufman, J. J., 29,044; P. I. Kenny, 28,770; R. S. Khazen, 23,383; R. M. King, 25,195; 
W. E. King, 28,496; D. R. Kinloch. 26.905; S. J. Koegler. 30.498; E. Z. Kolche, 
20,751; J. Krumins, 20,148; 



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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



Lang, S. R., 25,195; C. A. Lapp, 28,825; G. E. Large, 30,498; M. Lemieux, 32,630; 
M. O. Lemoine, 23,370; L. B. Leppard, 22,535; L. Levinskas, 24,908; M. L. Livermore, 
28,496; C. H. Lockwood, 25,297; J. W. Lovettdoust, 31,067; D. N. Luciani, 28,825; 
P. G.Lynes, 33,069; 

MacKenzie, R. P., 23,999; H. I. MacKillop, 24,297; J. A. MacVittie, 20,751; W. Maehle, 
23,793; S. Malkin, 25,195; A. G. Malleson, 26,061; G. Mallon, 25,282; K. Manohar, 
20,717; M. P. Marcilio, 22,896; E. L. Marcinkovsky, 20,593; G. K. Martin, 36,034; 
L. W. Massey, 25,200; E. Mastromatteo, 32,242; J. K. Maynard, 24,283; A. Miller, 
27,449; R. P. Miller, 33,069; H. A. Minielly, 36,994; J. E. Moore, 24,908; J. J. Morrison, 
23,793; G. M. Morton, 28,825; J. Muller, 25,148; 

McClintock, H. T., 25,148; B. D. McCreary, 27,222; E. D. McEwan, 26,624; D. P. McGibbon, 
24,908; K. M. McGregor, 33,258; J. McHugh, 31,187; A. C. McKenna, 22,876; F. A. 
McKenzie, 28,496; R. D. McKnight, 22,618; J. D. McMillan, 24,415; J. K. McNeil, 27,690; 

Naismith, J. J., 21,757; H. M. Nelson, 20,830; W. B. Nichols, 31,921; A. Nieto, 20,960; 
S. M. Nugent, 26,931 ; 

O'Hara, W. E., 28,496; R. Oss, 24,790; 

Pacevicius, S., 25,768; Z. Pakula, 20,672; C. A. Palmer, 25,432; R. B. Palmer, 28,825; 
D. C. Panday, 28,496; W. J. Percy, 25,308; B. E. Perry, 26,294; R. L. Persad, 
24,341; J. Pozsonyi, 27,034; H. H. Pratt, 26,459; J. S. Pratten, 32,881; S. Pregelj, 
20,215; R. D. Prueter, 25.291 ; W. Prytulak, 20,325; 

Rae-Grant, N. L, 35,347; J. Rai, 25,314; M. T. Randall, 22,744; C. J. Ranger, 28,825; 
P. N. Rastogi, 23,539; G. W. Reid, 32,008; P. E. Reynolds, 23,277; A. J. Rhodes, 
26,829; C. E. Robinson, 26,624; M. Rodenburg, 28,770; C. H. Rorabeck, 28,934; 
K. W. Runnalls, 33,258; A. Russell, 28,127; R. K. Ryan, 20,258; 

Sada, M., 24,908; K. E. Sansom, 20,830; A. A. Sauks, 20,909; C. C. Schutt, 28,660; 
D. G. Scott, 23.775; I. E. Searle, 21,469; J. Silinsky, 20,514; I. G. Simmonds, 14,189; 
G. A. Sinclair, 25,148; A. N. Singh, 24,047; E. M. Siung, 20,794; H. B. Smith, 
22,075; L. M. Smith, 20,701; N. M. Smith, 22,911; S. P. Smith, 20,172; F. W. Snedden, 
24,261; E. P. Snider, 21,762; D. A. Squire, 32,131; R. G. Stephenson, 29,044; C. M. 
Stevenson, 28,880; J. F. Stewart, 23,539; M. H. Stewart, 20,751; M. E. Stone, 28,660; 
J. S. Sutherland, 21,401 ; R. B. Sutherland, 28,496; A. L. Swanson. 27,326; 

Tauber, L. E., 21,073; C. K. Temple, 27,014; M. Tepper-Kane, 24,394; V. L. Tidey, 
28,715; W. G. Tobin, 28,496; G. Tolentino. 20.514; S. Toma, 21,359; J. W. Town. 20.158; 

VanVeldhoven. M., 20,751 ; J. J. Vingilis, 20,909; T. G. Virey, 23,663; 

Waddell, W. R., 25,052; R. B. Walker, 26,624; S. J. Walker, 20,909; W. M. Walkinshaw, 
16.155; A. J. Watt, 25,097; J. F. Webb, 28,496; M. W. Weerasekera, 21,235; I, V. 
Wellman, 20,790; J. G. White, 28,496; R. D. Whiteside, 30.498; D. M. Wickware. 
33,258; W. D. Wigle, 24,908; H. D. Wilson, 20,909; R. J. Wilson, 27,015; E. B. 
Wiltshire, 20,091; J. Wingert, 20,224; E. G. Winter, 20,864; G. L. Woods, 22,414; 
C.Wysocki, 21,242; 

Yeates, L. C. 21,073; Z. G. Yorke, 20,514; E. J. Young, 29,113; 

Zarfas, A. J., 20,356; D. E. Zarfas, 35,934; 

Other salaries and wages, 155.339.557 162,439,455 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



51 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



Employee Benefits (J$12,484,801) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re : Canada Pension Plan, 1,963,831 ; Group Insurance 
205,535; Long Term Income Protection, 235,969; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 1,546,712 
Ontario Hospital Plan, 507,083; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 7,185,859 
Teachers' Superannuation Fund, 3,014; Unemployment Insurance, 272,465. . . . 11,920,468 

Workmen's Compensation, 564,333 564,333 



12.484.801 



Travelling Expenses ($1,530,592) 

Hon. R. T. Potter, 600; Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence, 3,558; Air Canada, 20,561; R. W. Allin, 
4,020; R. G. Berry, 3,525; L. A. Bourdon, 2,959; J. P. Bowiec. 3,328; W. J. Bracken, 
3,037; N. Burrows, 3,591; D. M. Burton, 3,472; B. Callebert, 3,117; R. F. Christie, 
2,864; R. Condotta, 3,320; J. M. Delaney, 4,707; A. A. Gervais, 4,804; P. Lawson 
Travel, Ltd., 3,974; G. K. Martin, 3,029; P. F. Montgomery, 3,068; D. J. Porter, 3,215; 
Royal York Travel Agency, Ltd., 11,521; P. Serkowney, 3,656; D. A. Squire, 3,417; 

J. E. Sterns, 3,170; W. R. Teddiman, 3,342; S. Thornton, 3,146; R. Walker, 3,542; 

Other accounts under $2,500, 1.418,049 



.530,592 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($37,341,105) 



Abbott, Jack, Contracting, Ltd., 23,946; Abbott Laboratories, Ltd., 36,987; N. Abbott, 
Ltd., 15,121; Absodent, Ltd., 10,178; Acme Seeley, Ltd., 18,474; Addressograph- 
Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 22,293; I. S. Adolph, 11,400; Advanced Extrusions, Ltd., 
34,584; Advanced Pool Services, Ltd., 13.924; Aikenhead Hardware. Ltd., 12,705; 
Allied Building Services, 37,448; American Hospital Supply, 34,776; American Motors 
(Canada), Ltd., 28,215; Ametek (Canada), Ltd., 15,679; C. Amodeo. 12,730; Ampak, Ltd., 
18,850; S. Anglin Co.. Ltd., 79,890; Apeco of Canada, Ltd., 12,012; J. Appleby, 18,525; 
Atco Quebec, Ltd., 36,311; Atlantic Sugar Refineries Co., Ltd.. 31.022; Avebla. Ltd., 
23.574; Ayerst.McKenna & Harrison, Ltd., 39.437; 

B.P. Oil, Ltd., 167,991; B. R. H. Associates, Ltd.. 14,914; James Bamford & Sons, Ltd.. 
20,914; Bamford Meat Co.. 10,040; M. F. Barry, 15,015; Bata Industries, Ltd.. 10.148; 
Sam Battalia & Sons, 19,472; Baxter Laboratories of Canada, 13,935; Beaver Food 
Service Associates, Ltd.. 67.134; Beckman Instruments, Inc., 30,064; T. N. Belch, 
13.400; Bell & Howell Canada. Ltd.. 45.817; Bell Canada, 1.111,936; Best Universal 
Locks, Ltd., 16,200; Betz Laboratories, Ltd., 10,076; J. Blachford, 10,400; Eddie 
Black's, Ltd., 15,056; G. S. Blakeslee & Co. of Canada, Ltd., 12,389; Bob-Day Slacks, 
Ltd., 29,845; Borden Co.. Ltd., 403,838; G. Borsa, 12,086; F. G. Bradley Co., Ltd.. 
33.824; Bradshaw-Stradwick Products. Ltd.. 13,331 ; Brain. Hulst & Woton. Ltd., 10,757; 
Brandram-Henderson Co., 22,818; I. M. Brasher, 15,799; Bristol-Myers Canada, Ltd.. 
22.058; R. J. Bristow. 11.711; Brockville Medical Clinic. Ltd.. 16,875; Duncan & 
Stewart Brown, 26,867; George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology, 152.247; 
Buntin Reid Paper. Co.. Ltd.. 16.008; Burley Bus Lines, Ltd.. 10,783; Burns Foods, 
Ltd., 147,077; Burroughs. Wellcome & Co., (Canada), Ltd., 16,060; Burtch Correctional 
Centre. Industries, 118.953; J. E. Byers, 12,307; 

C. G. R. Canada, Ltd., 21,882; C. J. Broadloom Service. 18.425; C-V Paints. Ltd., 11,767; 
Canada Bread Co., Ltd.. 45.679; Canada Carbon & Ribbon Co.. Ltd.. 22,656; Canada 
Envelope (Ontario). Ltd., 35,888; Canada Packers, Ltd., 521,403; Canadian Beauty 
Aids, 33,527; Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 533,446; Canadian General Electric 
Co.. Ltd., 39.474; Canadian Hoechst, Ltd., 17,611 ; Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. 
11.582; Canadian Kodak Sales. Ltd., 158,570; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 
154,932; Canadian Mill Supply Co.. Ltd., 12,997; Canadian Motorola Electronics Co., 
13,755; Canadian National Railways, 55,199; Canadian Office Services, Ltd., 38,859; 
Canadian Oxygen, Ltd., 14,901; Canadian Pacific Express, 31,636; Canadian Salt Co., 
Ltd.. 13.106; Cana-Foam Products. Ltd.. 35.876; Capital Foods, 10.787; Cardinal 
Meat Specialists. Ltd.. 14.022; Cardinal Uniforms. Ltd.. 18,338; Carswell Co.. Ltd.. 



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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



14,520; I. M. Cassells, 14,350; Cassidy's, Ltd., 44,523; Chemical Treating & Equipment 
(Canada), Ltd., 24,584; K. U. Cherrie, 10,150; Christie, Brown & Co., Ltd., 72,421; 
Ciba-Geigy Canada, Ltd., 21,144; City Bakery (Northern), Ltd., 11,322; Club Coffee Co., 
Ltd. , 15,769 ; Cluett , Peabody & Co. of Canada, Ltd. , 13, 165 ; Cobourg City Dairy, Ltd. , 17,774 ; 
Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 44,253; Coleman Packing Co., Ltd., 86,833; Colson 
(Canada), Ltd., 15,930; Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 86,581; Connolly 
Marble, Mosaic & Tile Co., Ltd., 10,444; Consumers' Gas Co., 314,393; Continental Pants 
Mfg., Ltd., 31,123; Georges Courey & Sons, Ltd., 125,709; Crane Supply, 27,047; Creative 
Sight & Sound Co., Ltd., 10,709; Crimsco, Inc., 12,684; Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 
Ltd., 12,763; Crystal Dairy (Owen Sound), Ltd., 15,183; Curtis Products, Ltd., 12,729; 
Cyanamid of Canada, Ltd. , 20,779 ; 

D. M. Hardware, Ltd., 20,040; I. Dain, 16,510; Data Conversion Services, Ltd., 11,190 
Datatron Computer Services, Ltd., 40,011; Wm. Dawson Subscription Service Co., Ltd. 
37,142; Dearborn Chemical Co., Ltd., 19,289; Dennison Mfg. Co. of Canada, Ltd., 53,446 
Dental Co. of Canada, Ltd., 36,584; Department of Health, Central Pharmacy, 1,185,762 
Devereux, Ltd., 50,954; A. B. Dick Co., of Canada, Ltd., 55,056; Dictaphone Corp. 
Ltd., 25,026; Digital Equipment of Canada, Ltd., 48,672; J. & J. Dinely, Ltd., 20,075 
Diversey (Canada), Ltd., 52,996; Dominion Corset Co., Ltd., 13,288; Dominion Dairies 
Ltd., 221,928; Dominion Metalware Industries, Ltd., 34,736; Dominion Textile, Ltd. 
91,175; Doyle's Wonder Bakeries, 13,451 ; Drake Advertising, Ltd., 21,779; P. B. Druckman 
19,391; Duke Lawn Equipment, Ltd., 22,151; Dundas Jobbers, Ltd., 132,010; Dustbane 
Enterprises, Ltd., 16,641 ; 

Eagle Carpets, Ltd. and C. J. Broadloom, 19,579; Eastmount Plumbing & Heating Co., 
Ltd., 10,881; N. L. Easton, 14,625; T. Eaton Co., Ltd., 29,894; Economics Laboratory 
(Canada), Ltd., 22,854; Eddy's Sportswear Mfg. Co., Ltd., 15,195; Educator Supplies 
Ltd., 12,723; Electrohome, Ltd., 10,548; Emco, Ltd., 21,308; Empire Shirt Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., 11,238; D. H. Epstein, 12,415; Essex Packers, Ltd., 11,714; Etobicoke Hydro- 
Electric Commission, 35,708; Borough of Etobicoke, 13,880; Everest & Jennings 
Canadian, Ltd., 20,855; 

Falletta, J., 13,950; Falls Lumber Co. (1971), 10,375; Farnwood Distributors, Ltd., 11,096; 
Fasken & Calvin, 38,054; F. W. Fearman Co., Ltd., 18,633; I. F. Fejer, 15,750; 
K. Fillmore, 17,935; H. Fine & Sons, Ltd., 10,240; Firth Bros., Ltd., 12,548; Fisher 
Scientific Co., Ltd., 110,006; Fitzsimmons Fruit Co., Ltd., 10,122; G. M. Fletcher, 
11,150; R. W. Flowers, 16,721; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 67,259; Anthony 
Foster & Sons, Ltd., 58,888; Fuller Brush Co., Ltd., 39,549; 

Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 18,457; Gay Lea Foods, 19,314; General Bakeries, Ltd., 54,738; 
General Foods, Ltd., 132,594; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 47,755; General Plastics 
Co., Ltd., 15,630; Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 20,776; Giffords Farm Markets, 17,775; 
Glaxo Canada, Ltd., 134,595; Glenford Paper Co., Ltd., 18,012; Glenville Farms 
Dairy, Ltd., 19,389; Globe Envelopes Products, Ltd., 14,912; E. S. Goddard, 17,225; 
N. Gordon, 12,100; Grand & Toy, Ltd., 29,610; Grass Instrument Co., 13,606; Greb 
Shoes, Ltd., 46,734; Guelph Correctional Centre, 691,300; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 
38,796; 

Haldane Electric Supply, Ltd., 10,520; Halliday Homes, Ltd., 95,093; City of Hamilton, 
13,366; Hamilton Finlay Fish, Ltd., 13,464; Hamilton Hydro-Electric System, 52,063; 
Hamilton Lumber & Supplies, Ltd., 12,990; Hamilton Street Railway, 10,410; A. Haninec, 
12,400; Harbord Fish Co., Ltd., 12,395; G. A. Hardie & Co., Ltd., 81,858; J. F. Hartz 
Co., Ltd., 21,382; Harvey & Douglas Fuels, 33,893; H. J. Heinz Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
10,688; Helios Mfg., Ltd., 14,798; D. Henderson, 10,273; Hewlett-Packard (Canada), 
Ltd., 25,495; Hickeson-Langs Supply Co., 575,737; Hill Security Van Lines, 10,603; 
G. G. Hinton, 10,465; Thomas E. Hiscott, Ltd.. 14,804; Hobart Mfg. Co. Ltd., 96.913; 
C. A. Hobbs, 19,435; M. P. Hofstetter, Ltd., 11,658; Holman Lynn, Ltd., 24,353; 
Honeywell Controls, Ltd., 1,226,242; Hopkins, Hedlin, Ltd., 15,012; Frank W. Horner, 



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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



Ltd., 10,513; Hospital Curtain & Drapery Mfg. Co., 23,727; Hospital & Kitchen Equipment 
Co., Ltd., 42,473; Hotpack (Canada), Ltd., 16,103; W. J. Houghtling, 19,500; House 
of Stone, 23,095; Howden's Electrical Supply, 17,989; Hudson Sportswear Mfg. Co., 
Ltd., 66,527; A. E. Hughes, 11,254; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
308,448; 

lachelli, C, 14,650; Ilford Photo (Canada). Ltd., 100,740; Imco Container (Canada), Ltd., 
17,275; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 72,614; Imperial School Desks, Ltd., 22,087; Imperial Surgical 
Co., 38,641; Imperial Tobacco Products, Ltd., 21,599; Industrial Acceptance Corp. 
19,154; Industrial Supply House, Ltd., 13,137; Industrial Textiles, Ltd., 22,345 
Information Canada, 39,078; Ingram & Bell, Ltd., 108,666; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 1,374,056 
International Harvester Co. of Canada, Ltd., 18,177; Inter Royal Corp., Ltd., 333.868 

Jaseviciute, E., 13.300; H. Jelinek. 10.100; P. Jeney, 15,100; Jensen-D'Hodge, 13,440; 
O. H. Johns Scientific, Ltd., 95,217; Johnson & Johnson, Ltd., 45.894; 

K-W Frosted Foods, Ltd., 10,602; Kaufman Footwear, Ltd., 11,550; Kendall Co. (Canada), 
Ltd., 54,688; Kimberley District Co-operative Creamery, 22,038; Kingston Creamery 
(1958), Ltd., 224,913; Kingston General Hospital. 20,193; Knechtel Furniture, Ltd., 
39,883; Kol-Toov Tobacco Variety, 11,408; Louise Kool & Son, Ltd., 10,611; Korman's 
Dairy. Ltd.. 10,701; Kraft Foods. Ltd., 11.649; Kraven Knitting. Ltd., 24.338; Kroehler 
Mfg. Co., Ltd., 33,144; Kruger Pulp & Paper. Ltd., 23,460; 

Lakeview Pure Milk Dairy, Ltd., 113,584; S. D. Leitch, 19,240; H. Leizner, 15,000; 
Gerry Lewis, Ltd., 47,250; H. Likwornik, 14,350; Eh Lilly & Co. (Canada), Ltd.. 
12,511; Lily Cups, Ltd., 10,440; M. Little, 16,790; Litton Business Systems of Canada, 
Ltd., 10,262; Litton Medical Products of Canada, Ltd., 25,918; G. H. Lucas, 10.080; 
R. J. Lucas & Arthurs. Ltd., 20,658; Lumsden Bros., Ltd., 58,208; 

M.I.S. & Computer Services, Ltd., 12.179; MacDonald Ontario Tobacco Co., Ltd.. 25,378; 
MacDonald's Consolidated. Ltd., 12,230; Gordon A. MacEachern, Ltd., 11,432; 
MacNab Bus Sales, 15,601; Magill Business System, Ltd., 31,905; Maher Shoes, Ltd., 
56,166; Mangano Produce Co., 10.195; Manpower Services, Ltd.. 50,213; Maple Leaf 
Mills, Ltd.. 14,290; Maple Leaf Plastics, Ltd., 19,313; Maple Lodge Farms. Ltd.. 
15,433; Marks & Co., 16,812; Jack Marshall, 13,550; A. Matlow & Son, Ltd., 19,075; 
A. Matukas, 14,150; Mayfair Mfg. Co., Ltd., 10,348; M. P. Mazuryk. 11.050; 
McAinsh & Co.. Ltd., 26,703; McConnell Advertising, Ltd., 201,570; B. J. McCon- 
ville, 23.376; McCormick's, Ltd., 17,074; A. McCurrach, 13,550; McGraw-Edison of 
Canada, Ltd.. 26,936; McGregor Clinic, 10,601; J. S. McGregor. 11,450; McKague 
Chemical Co., Ltd., 18,207; McLaughlin's Poultry Farm, 55,535; McLean Converting 
Co., Ltd., 11.325; McLean's Food Products, Ltd., 26,918; Mead Johnson Canada, Ltd., 
15,392; P. H. Melville, 18,677; Mercer Reformatory Industries, 13,057; Meredith 
Lithographing, Ltd., 58,034; Microbiological Associates, Inc., 29,882; Midland Meat- 
land, 43.862; Millbrook Correctional Centre Industries. 19,321; W. J. Miller, Ltd., 
11,415; Millipore, Ltd., 69,466; Mimico Correctional Centre Industries, 10,072; Minnesota 
Mining & Mfg. of Canada. Ltd., 140,141; Mohawk Data Sciences, Canada, Ltd. 
618,012; Monarch Fine Foods Co., Ltd., 12,000; Monarch Papers, Ltd., 19,737 
Monroe Calculator Co., 11,835; I. Moody, 16,000; Moore Business Forms, Ltd., 29,384 
I. S. Morrison, 12,100; Morsam Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 31,648; Mother Parker's Foods, 
Ltd.. 26,884; Moyer Vico, Ltd.. 10,215; Murritt Photofax, Ltd., 48,238; 

Nancy-Lou, Ltd., 35,462; National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 39,219; National 
Drapery Co., 44,980; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 170,948; National Hospital Supply 
Co., Ltd., 18.371; National Paper Goods, Ltd., 77,536; Ron Nelson Photography, 
Ltd.. 10.313; S. H. Newman Co.. Ltd.. 32,625; Niagara Peninsula Sanatorium 
Association, 40,080; Theodorus Niemeyer, 72,424; Nipissing Area Joint Hospitals, 
21,225; North Bay Hydro, 24,956; Northern & Central Gas Corp., Ltd., 201.549; 
Northern Electric Co.. Ltd., 59,096; Northern Telephone, Ltd., 21,514; Nuclear- 
Chicago, 15,858; 



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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



Office Overload Co., Ltd., 47,205; Office Specialty, Ltd., 54,891; Olivetti Canada, Ltd.. 
89,242; Ontario Association for the Mentally Retarded, 10,614; Ontario Hospital 
Association. 26,313; Ontario Milk Marketing Board, 27,535; Ontario Water Resources 
Commission, 16,678; Onward Mfg. Co., Ltd., 12,926; Orillia Water, Light & Power 
Commission, 54,818; T. H. Orton, 13,750; Oshawa Wood Products, Ltd., 11,321; 
Oxford Dairy (Woodstock), Ltd., 47,838; 

P-B Fuels, 56,379; P. H. Construction Co., 22,331; Pak-A-Matic Equipment, Ltd., 
10,411; Palm Dairies, Ltd., 72,281; Palmerston Creamery, 21,717; Panex Exhibits, 
12,913; Parke, Davis & Co., Ltd., 34,449; Pasolds (Canada), Ltd., 19,036; Pedlar 
People, Ltd., 13,716; Penetanguishene Water & Light Commission, 44,510; Penmans, 
Ltd., 68,750; Pennsalt Chemicals of Canada, Ltd., 31,984; Peterson Ice Cream Co., 
11,211; Pfizer Co., Ltd., 38,992; Phillips Security Agency, Inc., 13,472; Picker 
X-Ray Engineering, Ltd., 30,991; Pier ce-Flor craft, Ltd., 11,980; Pitney-Bowes of 
Canada, Ltd., 78,961; Playscapes International, 12,089; R. L. Polk & Co., 11,214; 
Poly Chemical Industries, Ltd., 28,234; Poly-Converters, Ltd., 19,066; Pomerant, 
Pomerant & Porter, 25,169; Port Arthur Clinic, 17,682; Poulenc, Ltd., 53,207; 
President Building, Ltd., 12,528; J. A. Preston of Canada, Ltd., 10,893; Proctor & 
Gamble Co. of Canada, Ltd., 11,417; Prowse, 16,577; Public Utilities Commission — - 
Brockville, 15,885; Cobourg, 10,580; Kingston, 115,990; London, 86,104; Woodstock, 
11,485; St. Thomas, 28,353; Whitby, 61.854; T. Puckrin & Son, Ltd., 15,090; 
Purity Bread (Lakehead), Ltd., 12,480; 

Quaker Oats Co. of Canada, Ltd., 10,735; Qualicum Hospital & Laboratory Supply 
Co., 30,392; Quality Chemical Mfg., 14,147; J. Quattrocchi & Co., Ltd., 37,478; Phil 
Quattrocchi Co., Ltd., 10,441 ; Ted Quinn Marine, 10,141 ; 

RCA, Ltd., 14.771; Reckitt & Colman (Canada 1969), Ltd., 10,990; Redi-Set Business 
Forms, Ltd., 133,867; Red Line Prevention Services, Ltd., 19,021; Redpath Sugars, 
Ltd., 42,112; Reed Shaw Osier, Ltd., 36,974; Research Foods, Ltd., 21,477; A. R. 
Richards, 13,520; Richards Glass Co., Ltd., 45,522; Riddell Sheet Metal & Roofing, 
Ltd., 47,185; Ricmens Fur Ranches, Ltd., 12,938; R. Rivet, 12,292; A. H. Robins Co. 
of Canada, Ltd., 13,284; Rocamora Bros., Ltd., 63,080; Rochester & Pittsburgh 
Coal Co. (Canada), Ltd., 50,802; Romi Foods (1966), Ltd., 13,070; Royal Style Sports- 
wear, 13,237; A. Rudnick, 11,486; Dean Russell, Ltd., 10,673; Russell Food Equip- 
ment, Ltd., 13,010; Rutherford's Dairy, Ltd., 69,996; 

St. Lawrence Foods, Ltd., 11,666; St. Lawrence Sugar, Ltd., 17,238; St. Lawrence 
Textiles, Ltd., 11,620; St. Mary's Hospital, Timmins, 19,517; City of St. Thomas, 
40,303; St. Vincent de Paul General Hospital, Brockville, 29,253; Salada Foods, 
Ltd., 10,688; Sandoz (Canada), Ltd., 36,725; Sandra Children's Wear, Inc., 13,448; 
Sanitary Products Co., Ltd., 32,659; Sargent- Welch Scientific of Canada. Ltd., 
18,017; Sarjeant Co., Ltd., 48,873; Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, 50,173; Joseph Scherer, 
Ltd., 15,255; Schering Corp., Ltd., 12,549; J. M. Schneider, Ltd., 13,743; M. Scoffield, 
11,600; Scott Paper, Ltd., 53,718; G. D. Searle & Co. of Canada, Ltd., 13,212; 
Service Uniform Co., Ltd., 77,805; H. Shaffer, 12,450; F. Shannon, 14,652; Shell 
Canada, Ltd., 120,592; Silverstein's Foods, Ltd., 27,864; Silverwood Dairies, Ltd., 
71,730; Simmons, Ltd., 91,047; Simmons Fishing Vacation Lodge, 13,546; Simo, 
Ltd., 43,046; Robert Simpson Co., Ltd., 37,145; Simpsons-Sears, Ltd., 14,451; 
C. H. Skitch, 13,975; Sleepmaster, Ltd., 13,465; W. E. Smart, 10,674; Smith & Nephew, 
Ltd., 13,046; Smith's Dairy, Ltd., 66,182; Town of Smiths Falls, 31,009; Smiths 
Falls Water Commission, 22,619; Source Data Control, Ltd., 33,992; Southam Specialty 
Printing, 33,248; Sperry Rand Canada, Ltd., 34,439; Sports Equipment of Toronto, Ltd., 
14,406; Sprague Foods, Ltd., 18,619; A. Spudas, 15,000; Standard Hospital Supply, 
Ltd.. 85,513; Steelcase Canada, Ltd., 39,136; J. Stewart, 12,650; Stock Brothers 
Bus Lines, Ltd., 13,556; Stradwick Industries, Ltd., 65,364; Strano's Wholesale Fruit, 
Ltd., 14,104; Stratford Livestock Exchange, Ltd., 42,898; Stratford Textiles, Ltd., 
10,826; Michael Stuart Co., Ltd., 10,884; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 27,060; Sunar Industries, 



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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



Ltd., 18,931; Sunnybrook Meat Packers, Ltd., 10,836; Superior Produce (Windsor), 
Ltd., 16,974; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 17,334; C. K. Sutcliffe, 14,600; B. B. 
Swadron, 20,599; Swift Canadian Co., Ltd., 152,580; Swift Eastern, Ltd., 10,478; 

Tab Products of Canada, Ltd., 19,208; Talk- Away Sales, 11,145; S. Tanaka, 16,550; 
Tandy Leather Co. of Canada, Ltd., 12,750; M. R. Tatham, 15,300; Technicon 
International of Canada, Ltd., 90,110; Tele-Tech Electronics, Ltd., 25,218; E. E. Temel- 
coff, 17,035; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 62,513; Textile Industries, Ltd., 30,453; Textile 
Products Co., Ltd., 14,369; City of Thunder Bay, 61,098; City of Toronto, 24,453; 
Toronto-Dominion Bank, 122,368; Toronto Hydro-Electric System, 28,389; Toronto 
Transit Commission, 36,704; R. H. Toye & Co., Ltd., 10,786; Trousers, Inc., 15,273; 
A. T. Tysdale, 12,285; 

Union Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd., 274,070; Uniroyal Centres, 12,322; United Co-operatives 
of Ontario, 45,076; United Gas, Ltd., 81,044; University of Toronto, 114,390; 
Upjohn Co. of Canada, 17,179; 

Valley Camp, Ltd., 151,091; Vanier Centre for Women, 17,624; M. O. Vasquez, 14,800; 
Versatel Corporate Services, Ltd., 18,244; Victor Comptometer, Ltd., 10,996; Vinwood 
Management, Ltd., 23,317; Vollrath of Canada, Ltd., 49,911 ; 

Wabasso, Ltd., 54,507; M. F. Walker, 12,600; Warner-Lambert Canada, Ltd., 27,147; 
Weaver Empire Fuels, 43,275; Newt Webster, Ltd., 15,509; M. C. Weerasekera, 15,022; 
West Chemical Products, Ltd., 14,473; Western Grocers, Ltd., 12,436; Western 
Store Equipment Co., Ltd., 21,684; Westinghouse Canada, Ltd., 17,759; George Weston, 
Ltd., 34,670; G. R. White & Co., 25,715; Wilkinson & Kompass, Ltd., 16,052; Wilson- 
Munroe Co., Ltd., 14,163; Windsor Fish Distributors, 11,347; Windsor UtiHties 
Commission, 10,311; Winthrop Laboratories, 15,338; Wirco Wares, 13,830; G. J. Wood & 
Co., Ltd., 132,325; City of Woodstock, 12,213; Wyandotte Chemicals of Canada, Ltd., 
31,315; Wyant& Co., Ltd., 12,868; Wyeth, Ltd., 12,308; 

Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 200,707; 

Y & W Sportswear, Inc., 15,089; York Farms, 24,682; 

Zacks, A. B., 36,413; 

Accounts under $10,000, 6,274,019; 

Add: Industrial Therapy Operations, purchased, goods and services, 364,080; Patients' 
Wages, re Hospital Services, 364,437; Receiver General of Canada — Postage, 1,526,892; 
Sales Tax, 22,191; Sundry persons, boarded-out patients, 1,530,541; Treasurer of 
Ontario — Retail Sales Tax, 17,395; Transferred from Departments of Public Works, 
658,482; Transportation and Communications, 187,525 37,341,105 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($106,312,202) 

Main Office Grants ($8,660,843) : 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation $ 6,900,000 

Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation 1 ,618,000 

Payments for Control of Drug Abuse — 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation, 15,000; Distress 

Centre, Inc., 13,820; Social Planning Council of Metropolitan Toronto, 

23,260; Youth Clinical Services, Inc., 10,000; Accounts under 

$10,000, 48,263 1 10,343 

College of Nurses 20,000 

Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario 5,000 

University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Medicine 7,500 

8,660,843 



56 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



Research and Planning Grants ($4,767,745) : 

Clinical, Applied, Operational and other Health Research : 

Alcoholism and Drug Addiction Research Foundation, 995,000; Connaught Medical 
Research Laboratories, 44,535; Hospital for Sick Children, 73,971; McMaster 
University, 266,737; Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation, 1,700,000 
Ontario Crippled Children's Centre, 79,100; Ontario Heart Foundation, 150,000 
Ontario Mental Health Foundation, 850,000; Princess Margaret Hospital, 19,443 
University of Guelph, 29,294; University of Ottawa, 57,307; University of Toronto 
355,181; University of Waterloo, 22,448; University of Western Ontario, 76,259 
Waterloo County Health Unit, 18,840; Accounts under $10,000, 9,630 4,747,745 



Governors of the University of Toronto — Banting and Best Research Fund 



20,000 



4,767,745 



Federal Health Grants— Operating Fund ($270,348) : 
Professional Training ($730,207) : 

Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, 12,796; University of Toronto, 24,637; 
University of Western Ontario, 70,900; Transferred from Health Resources Develop- 
ment Plan, 576,695; Accounts under $10,000, 45.179 730,207 

Mental Health ($689,696) : 

Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, 50,493; McMaster University, 227,628; 
Muskoka-Parry Sound Health Unit, 70,637; Oshawa-Ontario County District 
Health Unit, 49,527; Scarborough General Hospital, 29,900; Transferred from 
Salaries, 251,335; Accounts under $10,000, 10,176 689,696 



Public Health Research ($865,359) : 

Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 112,244; Hospital for Sick Children, 
45,807; McMaster University, 36,710; Borough of North York, 40,212; Queen's 
University, 159,701; Riverside Hospital, 12,000; University of Guelph, 26,195; 
University of Ottawa, 95,095; University of Toronto, 171,789; University of Waterloo, 

37,048; University of V/estern Ontario, 110,281; Accounts under $10,000, 18,277 

865,359 

General Public Health ($1,737,054): 

McMaster University, 23,233; University of Ottawa, 27,608; Transferred from Local 
Health Services Grants, 1,686,213 1,737,054 

Cancer Control ($155,508): 

Transferred from grant paid to Ontario Cancer Treatment and Research Foundation 
155,508 

Medical Rehabilitation ($64,645) : 

Ontario Crippled Children's Centre 64,645 

Total 4,242,469 

Less: Grants, Government of Canada 3,972,121 

Public Health Program ($670,895): 

Health League of Canada 2,500 

Canadian Public Health Association 5,000 

St. Elizabeth Visiting Nurses Association 1,300 

Grants for Community Health Facilities — 

Niagara Regional Area Health Unit, 93,782; Borough of Scarborough, 

97,257 191 ,039 

Registered Nursing Assistant Student Stipends 471,056 



270,348 



670,895 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 57 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



Local Health Services Grants ($21,905,664) : 

Grants to Official Local Health Agencies under authority of The Public Health Act : 
District Health Units: 

Algoma, 474,891; Grey-Owen Sound, 366,855; Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge, 
603,956; Hamilton-Wentworth, 1,388,275; Hastings and Prince Edward Counties, 
357,512; Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington, 597,393; Leeds, Gren- 
ville and Lanark District, 528,159; Middlesex-London District, 1,167,113; Muskoka- 
Parry Sound, 306,504; Niagara Regional Area, 1,037,807; North Bay and District, 
274,548; Northwestern, 355.332; Oshawa-Ontario County, 801,516; Ottawa-Carleton 
Regional Area, 1,492,892; Perth District, 239,490; Porcupine, 333,801; Renfrew 
County and District, 282,266; St. Lawrence and Ottawa Valleys, 659,747; Simcoe 
County District, 670,605; Sudbury and District, 972,536; Thunder Bay District, 
518,184; Timiskaming, 232,960; Waterloo County, 659,454; Wellington-Dufferin- 
Guelph, 561,897; Metro Windsor-Essex County, 976,466; York Regional Area, 
799,308 16,659,467 

Other Health Units: 

Brant County, 248,608; Bruce County, 95,820; Elgin-St. Thomas, 127,474; Haldi- 
mand-Norfolk, 219,510; Halton County, 514,508; Huron County, 136,633; Kent- 
Chatham, 248,388; Lambton, 267,455; Oxford, 131,177; Peel County, 417,725; 
Peterborough County-City, 176,504 2,583,802 

Municipalities : 

Borough of East York, 122,754; Borough of Etobicoke, 232,319; Borough of 
North York, 380,518; Borough of Scarborough, 303,031; City of Toronto, 1,436,373; 
Borough of York, 181,400 2,656,395 

Special Training of Health Personnel : 

University of Toronto, School of Hygiene 6,000 



21,905,664 



Grants to Hospital Laboratories re Community Diagnostic Public Health Service: 

Accounts under $10,000 12,262 

Special Health Services ($125,723) : 

Connaught Laboratories 15,300 

Canadian Hemophilia Society — Ontario Chapter 2,000 

Canadian Paraplegic Association 3,500 

Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society (Ontario Division) 15,000 

Canadian Association of Occupational Therapy 5,000 

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada 2,000 

Corbrook Sheltered Workshop 8,000 

Ontario Society for Crippled Children 6,000 

Medical expenses and costs re disabilities attributable to the drug 

Thalidomide 4,952 

Venereal Disease Control — grants and expenses : 

Holman Lynn, Ltd., 11,631; Metropolitan Windsor-Essex County, 24,665; Ottawa- 
Carleton Regional Area, 22,837; Sudbury and District Health Unit, 12,145; Accounts 

under $10,000, 54,445 125,723 

Outbreaks of Diseases — costs and expenses : 

Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 1,786,557; Smith, Kline and French 

Canada, Ltd., 49,681; City of Toronto, 28,163; Accounts under $10,000, 133,566 

1,997,967 

Less: Transferrred to Government Pharmacy Account 448,366 



1.549.601 



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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



Convalescent Summer Camps and Canadian Mothercraft Centre : 

Ontario Society for Crippled Children, 59,200; Accounts under $10,000, 6,719 

65,919 

Provincial Aid re Homes for Special Care 26,494,990 

Home Care Assistance : 

Belleville, 123,381; Brant County, 109,642; Burlington, 89,233; Guelph-Wellington- 
, Dufferin, 386,145; Haldimand-Norfolk, 51,900; Hamilton- Wentworth, 262,896; Huron 
County, 26,700; Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington, 150,111; Lakehead, 
121,369; Leeds, Grenville, 39,400; Lincoln-St. Catharines, 111,545; London,, 230,691; 
Metropolitan Toronto, 1,205,232; Niagara Region, 71,350; Northwestern, 48,000; 
Oshawa- Whitby, 122,854; Ottawa, 314,738; Peel, 82,300; Perth District, 37,600; 
Peterborough, 108,800; Porcupine, 60,300; St. Lawrence-Ottawa, 133,045; Sarnia, 
111,024; Simcoe County, 122,800; Sudbury and District, 129,642; Timiskaming, 

12,900; Waterloo County, 272,802; Windsor-Essex, 223,145; York County, 87,300; 

Accounts under $10,000, 3,067 4,849,912 

Costs and expenses of prescribed drugs and equipment re children with Cystic Fibrosis : 

Ontario Crippled Children's Centre, 34,343; Ontario Society for Crippled Children, 
331,040 365,383 

Tuberculosis Prevention — costs and expenses: 

Bio-Chemical Laboratory, Inc., 19,892; Connaught Medical Research Laboratories, 
113,138; Cyanamid of Canada, Ltd., 44,537; Department of Health, Central Pharmacy, 
44,835; Merck, Sharp and Dohme Canada, Ltd., 10,318; Mowatt and Moore, Ltd., 

16,138; Ontario County Tuberculosis Association, 11,606; Accounts under $10,000, 

54,642 315,106 

Less: Transferred to Government Pharmacy Account 172,634 



142,472 

Grants to Sanatoria, under authority of The Sanatoria for Consumptives Act : 

Fort Wilham, 122,000; Hamilton, Mountain, 207,000; Hamilton, Chedoke General and 
Children's Hospital, 233,000; Kingston, Ongwanada, 215,184; Kitchener, Freeport, 13,797; 
London, Beck Memorial, 289,000; Ottawa, Royal Ottawa, 23,491; St. Catharines, 
Niagara Peninsula, 548,000; Sudbury, Sudbury and Algoma, 204,000; Weston, Toronto, 
1,644,528 3,500,000 

Maintenance of Ontario Residents as patients in sanatoria in other Provinces : 

Accounts under $10,000 16,504 

Mental Health Program ($32,852,189) : 

Ontario Mental Health Foundation 288,000 

Canadian Mental Health Association 25,000 

Ontario Association for Mentally Retarded 25,000 

Lorimer Lodge, Toronto 5,000 

Ontario Association for Children with Learning Difficulties 3,500 

Grants to Community Mental Health Facilities — 

Capital: 

Lutherwood Children's Village, 18,500; Madame Vanier Children's Service, 192,600; 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission, 633,023; Regional Children's Centre, 78,444; 

Sunbeam Home, Inc., 50,000; Windsor Regional Centre for Children, 107,556; 

Accounts under $10,000, 25,192 1,105,315 

Operating: 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission 31,400,374 



37,172,256 



32,852.189 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 59 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



Other ($707,179,381) 

Health Services Insurance: 

Payments to Agents : 

Associated Medical Services, Inc., 878,233; Murray G. Bulger and Associates, 
80,000; Co-Operative Health Services, 321,111; Cumba Co-Operative Health Services, 
100,933; Healthco, 9,325,684; Wm. M. Mercer, Ltd., 50,537; Russel M. Tolley 
andAssociates, Ltd., 33,303;; Accounts under $10,000, 22,431 10,812,232 

Payments authorized under The Health Services Insurance Act . 482,025,980 



Health Resources Development Plan ($51,672,859): 
Operating: 

Bursaries, 1,159,613; R. D. Buckner, 13,499; Cameo Interiors, Ltd., 12,507; 
Canadian Red Cross Society, 54,046; College of Family Physicians, Ontario 
Chapter, 19,144; College of Family Physicians of Canada, 12,492; Community 
Health Centre— South Parkdale, 10,125; Community Psychiatric Hospital, 10,727; 
M. Goldberg, 10,400; Hamilton District Health Council, 60,770; Hickhng-Johnston, 
Ltd., 12,200; J. M. Hosdill, 10,200; Kingston General Hospital, 33,977; McMaster 
University, 287,301; Middlesex-London District Health Unit, 21,177; Ottawa 
Civic Hospital, 26,580; Ottawa and District Community Health, 20,028; Ottawa 
Young Men's — Young Women's Association, 74,614; Parham Medical Chnic, 13,815; 
Queen's University, 86,525; Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, 41,567; 
St. Joseph's General Hospital, Thunder Bay, 13,405; South Parkdale Community 
Health Board, 30,000; E. H. Spratt, 11,000; Toronto Free Youth Clinic, 46,131; 
University of Ottawa, 15,854; University of Toronto, 327,723; University of 
Western Ontario, 172,656; Waterloo County Health Unit, 30,995; Western Ontario 

Therapeutic Community Hostel, Inc., 233,017; R. J. Wilson, 11,627; Accounts 

under $10,000, 779,082 3,662,797 



VCapi 



492.838,212 



tal: 

Edith Cavell Regional School of Nursing, 204,004; Credit Valley School of 
Nursing, 14,670; Fanshawe College of Applied Arts, 972,600; Hotel Dieu Hospital, 
Kingston, 156,626; Kates, Peat, Marwick and Co., 94,052; Kingston General 
Hospital, 85^,958; Lakehead Regional School of Nursing, 214,614; McMaster 
University, 20,630,000; New Mount Sinai Hospital, 4^500,000; Ontario Hospital 
Services Commission, 14,670; Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital, 12,800; Osier 
School of Nursing, 121,872; Ottawa Civic Hospital, 10,398; Ottawa and District 
Community Health, 10,000; Ottawa General Hospital, 63^65; Owen Sound Regional 
School of Nursing, 74,711; Perth-Huron Regional School of Nursing 87,276; Queen's 
University, 231,000; St. Catharines General Hospital, 388,750; St. Clair Regional 
School of Nursing, 11,754; St. Josephs Hospital, London^_39-,l 33; Scarborough 
School of Nursing, 58,882; Sudbury Regional School of Nursing, 151,685; Sunny- 
brook Hospital, 2,588,292; Toronto General Hospital, 249,946; Toronto Western 
Hospital, 16^4; Toronto Institute of Medical Technology, 7,650,000; University 
Hospital, London, 8,026,830; University of Ottawa, 67,000; University of Toronto, 
15,000; University of Waterloo, 265,000; University of Western Ontario, 100,000; 

Vanier School of Nursing, 52,749; Victoria Hospital, London, 43,246; Accounts 

under $10,000, 15,015 • • • • 48,010,062 



Ontario Hospital Services ($162,668,310) : 

Contributions to the Ontario Hospital Services Commission : 

Program administration 6,81 1 ,000 

Contributions to the Ontario Hospital Services Commission : 

Operation of hospitals and related facilities 95,525,000 

Indigents from Unorganized Territory 101,594 

Indigent Immigrants ; • 30,716 



51,672.859 



60 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH — Continued 



>( Construction of Hospitals and Related Facilities: 
Grants to Public Hospitals and Boards: 
General Hospitals : 

Almonte, Almonte General, 9,414, Arnprior, Arnprior & District Memorial, 69,028; 
Atikokan, Atikokan General, 1,126; Barrie, Royal Victoria Hospital of Barrie, 
98,955; Barry's Bay, St. Francis Memorial, 3,148; Belleville, Belleville General, 
190,908; Blind River, St. Joseph's General, 18,647; Bowmanville, Memorial, 39,220; 
Bracebridge, South Muskoka Memorial, 72,323; Brampton, Peel Memorial, 254,831; 
Brantford, St. Joseph's, 11,242; Brantford General, 237,714; Brockville— Brockville 
General, 163,843; St. Vincent de Paul, 50,313; Burk's Falls, Red Cross Outpost, 
1,949; Burlington, Joseph Brant Memorial, 147,903; Campbellford, Campbellford 
Memorial, 44,843; Carleton Place, Carleton Place & District Memorial, 4,745; 
Chapleau, Lady Minto, 1,641 ; Chatham— Public General, 70,353; St. Joseph's, 89,206; 
Clinton, Clinton Public, 14,266; Cobourg, Cobourg District General Hospital Associa- 
tion, 95,815; Chochenour, Margaret Chochenour Memorial, 2,864; Cochrane, The 
Lady Minto Hospital at Cochrane, 2,177; Collingwood, The Collingwood General & 
Marine, 4,942; Cornwall — Cornwall General, 142,420; Hotel Dieu, 72,395; Downsview, 
York-Finch General, 260,214; Dryden, Dryden District General, 8,726; Durham, 
Durham Memorial, 16,343; Elliot Lake, St. Joseph's General, 3,442; Emo, Red 
Cross Outpost, 10,445; Engelhart, Engelhart & District, 90,606; Espanola, Espanola 
General, 6,138; Fergus, Groves Memorial Community, 22,293; Fort Erie, Douglas 
Memorial, 49,943; Fort Frances, La Verendrye, 85,087; Gait, South Waterloo 
Memorial, 40,294; Georgetown, Georgetown & District Memorial, 8,664; Geraldton, 
Geraldton District, 4,264; Goderich, Alexandra Marine & General, 4,943; Grimsby, 
West Lincoln Memorial, 77,338; Guelph, Guelph General, 195,743; Hagersville, 
West Haldimand General, 14,677; Haileybury, Temiskaming Hospitals, 39,532; 
Hahburton, Red Cross Outpost, 43,003; Hamilton— Chedoke Hospitals, 307,377; 
Hamilton Civic Hospitals, 103,282; St. Joseph's, 47,766; Hanover, Hanover 
Memorial, 53,719; Hawkesbury, Hawkesbury and District General, 17,323; Hearst, 
Notre-Dame, 168,301; Hornepayne, Hornepayne Community, 1,838; Huntsville, 
Huntsville District Memorial, 6,574; Ingersoll, Alexandra, 89,029; Iroquois Falls, 
Anson General, 5,791; Kapuskasing, Sensenbrenner, 23,367; Kemptville, Kemptville 
District, 25,302; Kenora, Lake of The Woods District, 216,528; Kincardine, 
Kincardine and District General, 13,135; Kingston — Hotel Dieu, 18,755; Kingston 
General, 61,389; Kirkland Lake, Kirkland & District, 473; Kitchener— Kitchener- 
Waterloo, 547,155; St. Mary's General, 27,088; Leamington, Leamington District 
Memorial, 114,458; Lindsay, The Ross Memorial, 138,700; Listowel, The Listowel 
Memorial, 22,949; Little Current, St. Joseph's General, 19,951; London— St. 
Joseph's, 23_^884; Victoria, 72 ,.768; Manitouwadge, Manitouwadge General, 14,823; 
Marathon, Wilson Memorial General, 122,406; Matheson, Bingham Memorial, 5,922; 
Meaford, Meaford General, 48,763; Milton, Milton District, 24,925; Minden, Red 
Cross Outpost, 4,086; Mississauga, The Mississauga, 60,736; Mindemoya, Red 
Cross Outpost, 13,460; Napanee, Lennox & Addington County General, 9,765; 
Newbury, Four Counties General, 5,780; Newmarket, York County, 30,011; Niagara 
Falls, The Greater Niagara General, 74,545; Niagara-On-The-Lake, The Niagara, 
6,153; Nipigon, Nipigon District Memorial, 20,333; North Bay, North Bay Civic, 
29,194; Oakville, Oakville Trafalgar Memorial, 4,022; Orangeville Dufferin Area, 
4,081; Orillia, Orillia Soldiers' Memorial, 45,527; Oshawa, Oshawa General, 257,850; 
Ottawa — Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario, 176,477; Hospital Montfort, 
4,073; Ottawa Civic, 884,050; Ottawa General, 306,836; Riverside, 5,665; The 
Salvation Army Grace, 43,510; Owen Sound, The Owen Sound General and Marine, 
89,130; Palmerston, Palmerston & District, 11,124; Paris, The Willett, 14,153; 
Parry Sound— St. Joseph's, 15,606; The Parry Sound District General, 40,016; 
Pembroke— General, 17,720; Pembroke Civic, 5,121; Perth, The Great War Memorial 
Hospital of Perth District, 79,848; Peterborough— St. Joseph's, 66,290; The 
Peterborough Civic, 110,689; Port Colborne, Port Colborne General, 86,081; 
Port Perry, Community Memorial, 25,102; Rainy River, Red Cross Outpost, 
2,000; Richmond Hill, York Central, 251,090; St. Catharines— Hotel Dieu, 44,713; 



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The St. Catharines General, 32,199; St. Mary's, St. Mary's Memorial, 21,218; 
St. Thomas, St. Thomas-Elgin General, 79,399; Sarnia — Sarnia General, 68,173; 
St. Joseph's, 27,073; Sault Ste. Marie— The General, 17,850; The Plummer 
Memorial Public, 10,366; Scarborough — Scarborough Centenary, 40,960; Scarborough 
General. 108,382; Seaforth, Seaforth Community, 5,089; Shelburne, Shelburne 
District, 6,484; Simcoe, Norfolk General, 15,931; Sioux Lookout, Sioux Lookout 
General, 21,089; Smiths Falls— St. Francis General, 77,718; The Smiths Falls 
Public, 21,606; Smooth Rock Falls, Smooth Rock Falls, 3,770; Southampton, 
Saugeen Memorial, 19,229; South Porcupine, Porcupine General, 3,064; Stratford, 
Stratford General, 21,745; Sturgeon Falls, St. Jean de Brebeuf, 11,756; Sudbury — 
Laurentian, 164,588; Sudbury General, 390,509; Sudbury Memorial, 93,953; Thessalon, 
Red Cross Outpost, 6,017; Thunder Bay — General Hospital of Port Arthur, 
25,378; McKellar General, 11,416; St. Joseph's General, 32,650; Tillsonburg, Tillson- 
burg District Memorial, 45,600; Timmins, St. Mary's General, 15,203; Toronto — 
Central, 74,694; Doctors, 6,140; Donwood, 27,558; Etobicoke General, 313,728; 
Hospital for Sick Children, 717,556; Mount Sinai, 1,442,123; Northwestern General, 
10,674; Orthopaedic & Arthritic, 66,667; Queensway General, 23,668; St. Joseph's, 
104,260; St. Michael's 2Q,720; Salvation Army Grace, 2,020; Sunnybrook, 38,123; 
Toronto East General & Orthopaedic, 148,624; Toronto General, 202,305; Toronto 
Western, 57,443; The Wellesley, 58,773"; Women's College, 280,296; Trenton, 
Trenton Memorial, 34,219; Uxbridge, The Cottage, 22,730; Walkerton, County 
of Bruce General, 10,221; Wallaceburg, Sydenham District, 16,343; Wawa, The 
Lady Dunn, 30,540; Welland, Welland County General, 66,014; Weston, Humber 
Memorial, 24,681; Whitby, The Doctor Joseph O. Ruddy General, 99,993; Wiarton, 
Bruce Peninsula & District Memorial, 3,574; Willowdale — North York Branson, 
2,380; North York General, 24,aj00; Winchester, Winchester District Memorial, 28,926; 
Windsor— Hotel Dieu of St. Joseph, 2,127; LODE. Memorial, 669,200; Metropohtan 
General, 1,342,378; Salvation Army Grace, 93,505; Woodstock, Woodstock General, 
49,287 15,601,209 ^ 

Convalescent and Rehabilitation Hospitals: 
Ottawa, Royal Ottawa, 428,448; St. Catharines, Niagara Peninsula Rehabihtation 
Centre, 74,404; Toronto, Hillcrest, 11,646; Lyndhurst Lodge, 82,744; Crippled 
Children's Centre, 72,065; Toronto Rehabihtation Centre, 8,630; Willowdale— St. 
Bernard's Convalescent, 16,755; St. John's Convalescent, 23,284; Windsor, I.O.D.E. 
Memorial, 156,145 874,121 

Chronic Hospitals: 
Cornwall, MacDonell Memorial, 34,998; Hamilton, St. Peter's, 39,254; Kitchener, 
Freeport, 20,407; London— Parkwood, 4,243; St. Mary's, 11,056; Ottawa— St. 
Vincent, 41,552; The Perley, 43,665; Toronto— Baycrest, 58,777; Bloorview, 1,310; 
Our Lady of Mercy, 7,256; Queen Ehzabeth, 12,408; Riverdale, 28,783; Windsor, 
Riverview, 26,698 330,407 

Nurses' Residences: 

Belleville, Edith Cavell Regional School of Nursing, 256,800; Hearst, Notre-Dame 
Hospital, 7,200; Orillia, Soldiers' Memorial, School of Nursing, 2,580; Ottawa, 
Ottawa Civic Hospital, 12,714; St. Catharines, Mack School of Nursing, 380,800; 
Sarnia, St. Clair Regional School of Nursing, 48,400; Sudbury, Sudbury Regional 
School of Nursing, 81,600 790,094 

Special Grant Regarding Unmanageable Interest Bearing Debt : 
Cornwall, Hotel Dieu, 116,481; Ottawa— Ottawa General, 702,019; St. Vincent, 
181,500 1,000,000 

Special Grant to St. Mary's General Hospital, Timmins: 
To assist in acquiring the equity of the Sisters of Providence in St. Mary's Hospital 
983,474 



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Special Grant to Scarborough General Hospital, Scarborough : 
To assist in acquiring the equity of the Sisters of Misericorde of Toronto in 
Scarborough General Hospital 538,970 

Special Grant to Ottawa General Hospital, Ottawa: 
To assist in retiring outstanding unmanageable interst-bearing debt 2,081 ,725 

Capital Financial Assistance : 

Ontario Hospital Services Commission 38,000,000 

162,668,310 

Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. R. T. Potter February 2, 1972 to March 31, 1972 2,418 

Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence April 1, 1971 to February 1, 1972 . 12,582 

Governors of the University of Toronto- Banting and Best 
Research Fund ($10,000) 

The Banting and Best Medical Research Act, 1923 

University of Toronto 10,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Health $1,027,312,536 



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GOVERNMENT PHARMACY ACCOUNT 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Statutory 

Purchases : 

Ayerst Laboratories — Division of Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, Ltd., 14,217; Burroughs, 
Wellcome & Co. (Canada), Ltd., 17,930; Ciba Co., Ltd., 41,428; Condor Manufacturing, 
Ltd., 14,162; Dow Chemical, Ltd., 30,828; Druggists, Corp., Ltd., 35,160; Empire 
Laboratories, 66,273; Charles E. Frosst & Co., 18,896; Hoffman-La Roche, Ltd., 
45,815; Frank W. Horner, Ltd., 22,604; Kendall Co., Canada, Ltd., 17,236; Paul Maney 
Laboratories Canada, Ltd., 40,549; Merck, Sharp & Dohne Canada, Ltd., 76,924; Mowat 
& Moore, Ltd., 35,664; McNeil Laboratories (Canada), Ltd., 134,244; Novopharm, Ltd., 
95,706; Parke, Davis & Co., Ltd., 12,473; Poulenc, Ltd., 128,085; Safety Supply Co., 
10,080; Sandoz (Canada), Ltd., 200,283; Schering Corp., Ltd., 92,161; Smith, KHne & 
French Canada, Ltd., 32.424; E. R. Squibb & Sons, Ltd., 80,387; Standard Hospital 

Supply, Ltd., 10,687; John Wyeth & Brother (Canada), Ltd., 15,204; Accounts under 

$10,000, 119,910; Transferred from Public Health Division — Outbreaks of Diseases, 

448,366 ; Tuberculosis Prevention, 172,634 2,030,330 

Add: 

Stock on hand, March 31, 1971 690,785 



2,721,115 



Deduct : 

Stock on hand, March 31, 1972 1,416,089 



Distribution to Departments $ 1 ,305,026 



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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

Hon. D. A. Bales, Minister (Statutory, see page 71) 
Hon. A. F. Lawrence, Minister (Statutory, see page 71) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($41,415,135) 

A. R. Dick Deputy Minister 31 ,937 

J. L. Addison, 24,746; W. B. Affleck, 26,000; W. C. Alcombrack, 37,921; W.' R 
Anderson, 28,097; H. T. Andrews, 27,793; J. A. Archambault, 24.378; F. J. Arthur, 
21,487; W. D. August, 24,378; M. W. Babe, 22,739; P. E. Baker, 24,654; F. R. Barnum 
24,746; R. B. Batten, 24,654; R. B. Baxter, 26,312; J. P. Beaulne, 24,378; G. F. Beddis 
20,021; T. R. Begora, 24,378; R. T. Bennett, 24,608; P. C. Bergeron, 24,378; D 
Bernstein, 26,300; D. G. Bice, 24,378; S. T. Bigelow, 24,608; J. R. Black, 25,548 
P. J. Bolsby, 24,378; G. F. Bonnycastle, 26,000; C. Borda, 24,390; W. C. Bowman 
34,702; C. E. Boyd, 24,378; J. A. Bradshaw, 24,297 ;R. L. Budgell, 21,929; E. C. Burton 
22,348; S. A. Caldbick, 27,820; W. L. Camblin, 23,607; E. H. Carson, 24,378; R I 
Cartwright, 24,297; J. Cassells, 26,350; L. P. Cecile, 24,378; R. F. Chaloner, 24,577 
M. M. Chambers, 24,378; A. E. Charlton, 21,487; M. A. Charles, 24,389; M. J. Cloney 
24,378; G. E. Cloutier, 20,214; W. G. Cochrane, 21,242; L. T. Collins, 21,388; T. A 
Connor, 24,746; E. F. Conover, 20,374; R. A. Copeland, 23,792; R. A. Cormack, 27,820 
H. B. Cotnam, 30,498; D. W. Coughlan, 23,957; J. A. Cox, 24,838; W. W. Creighton 
24,746; J. Crossland, 24,624; H. T. Cunningham. 24,378; H. L. Daufman, 30,769 
A. J. Davidson, 23,549; J. A. Deacon, 24,378; R. B. Dnieper, 24,654; B. D. Dodds 
24,608; W. D. Drinkwalter, 21,242; C. Drukarsh, 24.378; E. A. Duchesne. 26,400; J. C 
Dunlap, 26,361; G. W. Dunn, 24,577; J. C. Duthie, 25,873; F. T. Egener, 24,257 
W. A. Ehgoetz, 24,378; J. J. Evans. 23.607; J. A. Fader. 22.265; R. H. Fair, 24,654 

E. A. Fairbanks, 24,562 ; A. Falzetta, 24,378 ; J. P. Felstiner, 22,388 ; M. J. Fitzpatrick, 24,378 
G. W. Ford, 28,871; G. R. Foster, 20,742; H. D. Foster, 24,746; A. Fowler, 23,607 
W. H. Fox. 24.608; J. V. Fregeau, 24,378; H. J. Funk, 21,991; C. H. Gage, 20,850 
G. W. Gardhouse, 24,654; J. M. Gardner, 24,654; W. S. Gardner, 24,378; J. B. Garvin 
24,378; M. H. Genest, 24,654; E. C. Gerhart, 21,405; M. J. Girard, 24,654; A. J. Glass 
24.378; W. F. Golden. 24,378; R. D. Good, 21,388; L. H. Goodwin, 26,300; G. Y. Goulard 
22.475; D. F. Graham, 24,746; R. J. Graham, 21,388; T. J. Graham. 24,378; R. M 
Grant, 28,871; J. D. Greco, 24,654; F. S. Gregory. 23.193; C. W. Guest. 24,838; E. G 
Hachborn, 21,242; H. D. Hallett, 24,562; R. J. Hamilton, 22,365; F. C. Hayes, 25,873 
H. G. Hays, 24,378; L. A. Henriksen, 24.654; E. M. Henry. 26.000; J. D. Hilton. 35.363 
H. R. Howitt, 24,746; H. B. Hunter, 22,113; M. S. Hurst, 25,864; R. B. Hutton, 24,378 
J. A. Inch, 21,405; R. C. Jackson, 24,838; H. W. Jermyn. 24,654; L C. Johnston, 32,391 

F. J. Keenan, 21,242; W. R. Kennedy, 24,470; E. W. Kenrick, 24,838; J. P. Kerr 
20,850; J. H. Kirkpatrick, 26,361; A. O. Klein, 28,000; A. H. Kreiger, 27,543; B. A 
Lane, 21.388; K. M. Langdon. 24.378; W. H. Langdon, 26,000; D. V. Latimer, 22,724 
H. A. Leal, 34,079; M. Leger, 24,838; S. G. Leggett, 20,850; P. J. Lesage, 23,749 
W. T. Little, 23,975; S. A. Logan, 24,297; D. M. Lucas, 26,400; J. L. Lunney, 22,831 
W. A. MacDonald, 24,516; D. D. Macrae, 24,577; F. J. Maher, 24,297; M. C. Maloney 
20,779; M. Manning, 20,067; A. J. Marck, 24,608; R. J. Marin, 24.378; G. G. Marshman 
24.378; M. E. Martin. 26.000; N. G. Matusiak, 20,850; R. K. McAvoy, 21,487; S. M 
McBride, 24,297; W. C. McBride, 24,297; G. H. McConnell, 23,935; J. F. McCormick 
24.205; H. F. McCulloch. 29,468; D. A. McKenzie. 21,487; J. R. McKnight, 24,700 
A. A. McLean, 24,378; A. D. McLennan, 24,378; F. J. McMahon, 23.883; J. P. McMahon 
24.562; H. W. McNeill, 20,618; C. J. Meinhardt, 24,297; J. L. Mennill, 22,499; H. W 
Metcalf, 33,284; G. E. Michel, 24,654; R. P. Milligan, 29,897; O. M. Mitchell, 21,230 
T. M. Moore, 24,654; C. W. Morrison, 24,654; W. J. Morrison, 20,011; W. R. Morrison 
24,746; M. D. Morton, 23.257; J. N. Mulcahy. 24,297; D. W. Mundell, 24,577; I. Munro 
24,562; J. E. Murphy, 26,300; A. E. Newall. 24,838; W. A. Newell, 24,577; C. J 
Newton, 26,000; Q. L. Nightswander, 22,113; C. P. Opper, 24,378; J. D. Ord, 24,608 
D. G. Page, 21,242; K. H. Parfitt, 22.499; G. A. Paterson. 21.487; R. G. Pearse. 24.746 
C. E. Perkins, 24,654; L. W. Perry, 24,764; E. M. Pollock, 26,300; H. R. Poultney 



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24,297; C. M. Powell, 26,300; F. C. Powell, 24,378; R. Priddle, 24,624; J. A. Pringle, 
26,000; E. K. Pukacz, 29,299; J. Rennicks, 32,025; H. A. Rice, 21,388; D. L. Richardson, 
21,405; J. P. Rickaby, 26,400; J. L. Roberts, 26,117; A. F. Rodger, 28,141; S. R. 
Roebuck, 23,607; A. H. Root, 24,577; D. W. Rose, 24,624; W. E. Ross, 24,378; G. F. 
Runciman, 22,354; A. A. Russell, 36,034; E. F. Ryan, 21,584; J. E. Sampson, 26,300; 
G. C. Saunders, 24,577; R. A. Scott, 24,577; J. A. Seamark, 25,098; J. M. Seneshen, 
21,388; W. S. Sharpe, 21,612; R. D. Sheehy, 21,528; L. A. Sherwood, 24,378; H. J. 
Slater, 21,710; D. C. Smith, 24,838; J. C. Smith, 21,242; S. Smith, 24,671 ; D. M. Steinberg, 
23,860; G. R. Stewart, 26,117; V. L. Stewart, 26,361; A. Stone, 31,248; G. E. Strike, 
26,117; T. R. Swabey, 24,378; G. R. Sweeny, 23,883; R. C. Taylor, 24,378; R. S. Tear, 
22,666; B. E. Thompson, 23,607; S. G. Tinker, 24,378; W. J. Tuchtie, 26,019; J. L. 
Vamplew, 24,297; J. E. Van Duzer, 24,378; D. Vanek, 24,378; C. Waisberg, 24,378; J. D. 
Walker, 21,242; R. J. Walmsley, 24,608; S. A. Ward, 26,400; J. Weisdorf, 20,966; 
W. J. Wheelton, 24,251 ; P. J. Wilch, 25,844; H. G. Williams, 24,654; T Y. Wills, 24,654; 
F. L. Wilson, 31,806; S. Winkler, 26,450; W. F. Woodliffe, 35,696; G. G. Wynn, 21,405; 
J. S. Yoerger, 33,495; G. L. Young, 22,434; Other salaries and wages, 35,261,697 



41,415,135 



Employee Benefits ($2,844,253) 



Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 390,222; Group Life 
Insurance, 40,922; Long Term Income Protection, 65,040; Ontario Health Insurance 
Plan, 81,510; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 206,904; Ontario Hospital Plan, 
103,405; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 1,884,333; Unemployment Insurance, 
57,260 2,829,596 

Workmen's Compensation Board 14,657 



2,844,253 



Travelling Expenses ($1,395,643) 



Hon. D. A. Bales, 600; Hon. A. F. Lawrence, 4,464; R. E. Adams, 5,712; W. B. Affleck 
2,557; Air Canada, 40,268; H. T. Andrews, 4,711; L. E. Anthony, 3,591; F. J. Arthur 
3,069; R. W. Bala, 3,277; J. A. Benoit, 2,654;, E. C. Burton, 3,407; A. Carmanico, 3,374 
G. E. Cloutier, 4,003; T. A. Connor, 2,998; J. M. Cooper, 3,045; H. B. Cotnam, 3,913 
L. E. Cottenden, 3,195; D. W. Coughlan, 2,501; J. A. Cox, 3,025; R. L. Cracknell 
5,123; B. R. Crockett, 2,688; G. A. Deline, 2,977; C. B. Devlin, 4,027; J. H. Elliott 
3,472; J. J. Evans, 4,730; D. Hagerty, 2,760; E. C. Hardie, 3,377; M. C. Hay, 6,486 
M. T. Healy, 6,121; E. F. Horton, 2,512; E. W. Kenrick, 4,248; A. C. Laing, 3,860 
W. R. Lee, 2,925; M. Leger, 3,371; M. M. Manning, 3,332; V. M. Marks, 4,164; M. E 
Martin, 3,112; D. C. Massey, 3,461; R. G. Maule, 2,758; H. A. McCrindle, 3,113; H. F 
McCulloch, 5,718; P. M. McKerracher, 2,815; A. A. McLean, 2,743; A. D. McLennan 
2,725; A. M. Millar, 4,633; G. Mitchell, 4,689; W. J. Murray, 2,515; W. A. Newel, 2,675 

C. J. Newton, 2,581; R. Nixon, 3,438; S. J. Nottingham, 3,549; W. J. Parker, 4,265 
K. J. Pipher, 3,276; E. M. Pollock, 4,999; G. F. Runciman, 3,539; J. E. Sampson. 2,683 
W. M. Saranchuk, 3,055; G. E. Schenk, 3,662; R. A. Scott, 4,039; W. L. Scott, 2,631 

D. Sekulich, 2,695; R. D. Sheehy, 3,246; D. Shorey, 3,717; D. R. Spencer, 2,884 
N. J. Sweet, 5,168; E. B. Toffelmire, 4,118; J. D. Walker, 3,697; J. H. Woron, 3,157 
Other accounts under $2,500, 1,117,750 



1,395,643 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($14,402,463) 



Abso Blue Prints, Ltd., 22,510; Algoway Co., 12,409; Anthes Business Forms, 23,972 
Artistic Stationery Co., Ltd., 14,103; Askim Corp., Ltd., 21,863; R. G. Atkey, 13,735 
Bamford Meat Co., 10,680; Beaver Food Service Associates, Ltd., 36,704; Bell Canada 
402,928; City of Belleville Police Department, 12,380; Brown & Collett, Ltd., 21,735 
Butterworth and Co., (Canada), Ltd., 11,956; Canada Carbon & Ribbon Co., 25,480 
Canada Law Book, Ltd., 124,045; Canadian Business Forms & Equipment, 30,246 
Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 206,627; Canadian Filing Equipment, Ltd., 21,829 



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Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 62,537; Caney & Klowak, 14,340; Carswell Co., Ltd., 
55,525; Central Scientific Co. of Canada, Ltd., 34,612; Chefs French Fries & Foods, 
Ltd., 31,441 ; Children's Aid Society Algoma, 12,020; Children's Aid Society Essex, 26,085; 
Children's Aid Society Halton, 14,961 ; Children's Aid Society Kawartha and Haliburton, 
10,867; Children's Aid Society Middlesex, 26,295; Children's Aid Society Niagara North, 
11,290; Children's Aid Society Niagara South, 13,805; Children's Aid Society Ontario, 
14,350; Children's Aid Society Ottawa-Carleton, 37,888; Children's Aid Society Peel, 
22,380; Children's Aid Society Simcoe, 16,783; Children's Aid Society Sudbury, 10,815; 
Children's Aid Society Waterloo, 16,860; Children's Aid Society Wentworth, 35,455; 
Children's Aid Society York, 193,115; Columbia Finishing Mills, Ltd., 18,842; Commerce 
Optimation Service, Ltd., 44,209; T. F. Conlin, 10,647; Continuous Forms, Ltd., 120,817; 
W. M. Courtney, 22,597; R. L. Crain, Ltd., 10,071; Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 11,903; 
CulHton's Auto Livery, Ltd., 28,172; J. J. Daly, 10,767; J. Davis & Son Fuels, Ltd., 
16,656; W. R. Dean & Co., Ltd., 444,952; Dictaphone Corp., Ltd., 88,600; D. J. Dore, 
15,550; Edison Voice Writer of Canada, Ltd., 14,774; H. D. Engel, 17,205; Espie 
Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 57,348; Everite Office Supplies, Ltd., 47,385; G.B.F. Fihng 
Systems, Ltd., 35,435; D. G. Forrest, 11,800; H. Freshman, 10,310; The General Fire- 
proofing, Co., Ltd., 13,753; Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 14,852; Glover's Dairy, 10,540; 
Grand & Toy, Ltd., 41,392; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd.. 16,955; Harcourts, Ltd., 33,830; 
Bruce Henderson, Ltd., 54,296; Hickeson, Langs Supply Co., 11,779; Department of 
Transportation and Communications (Highways), 32,157; Hillcrest General Leasing 
Ltd., 42,306; M. P. Hofstetter, Ltd., 10,761; Huntington Laboratories, Ltd., 53,916 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 12,462; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 263,579 
Innovative Marketing, Ltd., 24,000; International Computer Optics, Ltd., 104,047 
F. A. Jaffe, 14,678; Kruger Pulp & Paper, Ltd., 61,052; Minnesota Mining & Manu- 
facturing of Canada, Ltd., 51,719; Mohawk Data Sciences Canada, Ltd., 33,512; Moore 
Business Forms, Ltd., 86,898; Munns Press, Ltd., 13,766; Murritt Photofax, Ltd., 40,255 
National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 37,331; National Grocers Co., Ltd., 10,965 
Newsome & Gilbert, Ltd., 107,982; Noble Scott Co., Ltd., 229,287; Norfield Hart, Ltd. 
117,128; Northern Telephone, Ltd., 13,480; Office Specialty, Ltd., 90,062; Olivetti 
(Canada), Ltd., 67,689; P. O'Sullivan, 12,600; J. F. Peardon, 11,249; R. J. Penfound, 10,864 
Pitney Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 12,825; Department of Public Works, 323,588; Queen's 
Printer, 159,686; Receiver General of Canada (Postage), 338,094; H. D. Rowley, 10,062 
B. T. Ryan, 11,210; G. F. Schmidt, 16,435; J. M. Selley, 11,930; Source Data Control, 
Ltd., 35,144; Southam Murray, 224,354; Sperry Rand (Canada), Ltd., 23,252; Richard 
H. Stainton Co., Ltd., 16,949; C. A. Tayler, 11,395; Technical Marketing Associates, 
Ltd., 13,146; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 11,131; City of Toronto, 186,601; Metropolitan 
Toronto, 76,722; Toronto General Insurance Co., 17,938; Metropohtan Toronto Police 
Department, 53,867; Touche Ross & Co., 34,740; Department of Transportation & 
Communications (Transport), 40,020; Department of Treasury and Economics, 25,174; 
P. D. White, 10,689; S. E. Will, 13,508; M. Williamson, 11,327; City of Windsor Police 
Department, 11,586; Woods Gordon & Co., 31,500; Whyte-Hooke Papers, 35,961; Xerox 
of Canada, Ltd., 435,697; J. S. Ziegel, 10,074; Accounts under $10,000, 7,724,050. . . . 



14,402,463 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($11,831,614) 



Grants ($86,085) : 

Centre of Criminology, 



48,800; Sundry grants under $10,000, 37,285, 



86,085 



Municipal Projects ($880,529) : 

Algoma-Sault Area, 18,773; City of Belleville, 16,919; Brant County, 16,044; Bruce 
County, 10,887; City of Chatham, 11,137; Grey County, 16,651; Haldimand County, 
11,180; Halton County, 10,834; City of Hamilton, 27,519; City of Kingston, 16,249; 
Leeds and Grenville, 13,487; City of London, 22,230; Manitoulin Area, 23,757; Niagara 
Region, 34,567; Norfolk County, 11,912; City of North Bay, 17,628; Northumberland and 
Durham, 13,465; Ontario County, 22,239; Ottawa-Carleton, 39,874; Peel County, 19,038; 
Perth County, 18,028; Peterborough County, 12,151; Renfrew County, 17,244; City of 



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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 



Sarnia, 12,842; Simcoe County, 17,623; City of St. Thomas, 13,950; Stormont Dundas 
and Glengarry, 17,077; Sudbury-Manitoulin Area, 23,757; Thunder Bay Area 11570' 
Town of Timmins, 21,211; Metropolitan Toronto, 226,723; Victoria County 11 '424- 
Waterloo County, 27,805; Wellington County, 17,777; City of Windsor 34 568" York 
County, 14,421 ; Subsidies under $10,000, 7,968 ' . . . ' 880 529 

Contribution to Legal Aid Fund, Law Society of Upper Canada ($10,865,000) : 

Legal Aid Fund, Law Society of Upper Canada ' 10 865 000 

Other ($63,665,756) 

Ontario Provincial Pohce ($62,864,817) : 
Salaries ($48,947,767) : 

E. H. Silk, Commissioner 33 375 

H. H. Graham Deputy Commissioner 28 701 

T. H. Trimble " " 29 767 

A. H. Bird, 23,686; L. J. Bolt, 28,966; J. L. Erskine, 20,123Vl.' R Gartner 20 141 • 
J. L. McDermott, 20,336; R. McKie, 20,305; E. W. Miller, 21,858; J L Needham' 
23,746; D. A. Nicol, 21,946; C. J. Potier, 22,743; Other salaries, 48,626.574. . . .' 48,947.767 

Employee Benefits ($3,731,068) : 

Payments to Treasurer of Ontario— re : Canada Pension Plan, 435,480 ■ Group Insurance 
49 750; Long Term Income Protection, 72,381; Ontario Health Insurance Plan' 
i2'!^I'^"^^"° "^^^^^ Services Insurance Plan, 345,601; Ontario Hospital Plan' 
166 475; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 2,317.888; Unemployment Insurance' 

48,890; O.P.P. Group Life Insurance, (19,506) 3 589 106 

Workmen's Compensation Board 152933 

Benefits recovered from the Department of Trade and Development .. . . . ' (10,971) 

3,731,068 

Travelhng Expenses ($531,534) : 

F. E. Bridel, 3,163 ; Accounts under $2,500, 528,371 531 534 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($9,654,448) : 

Acklands, Ltd., 13,218; Acme Seeley Business Systems, Ltd., 12,873; American 
u^'^T.n^o^'^f^' ^*^' ^^'^^^' ^"'*"y ^^^Phic. Ltd., 25,014; Border Pontiac- 
foT^n^rxT^^T^'^' ^^'^^^' ^^ ^'^' ^'^■' 226,045; Bradley Air Services, Ltd., 
li 10.^.^ T"'''"'^^^^^"'' 2^6,029; CP Express, 10,739; Cadwell Motors, 
Ltd. 19,336; Cambrian Ford Sales, Ltd., 15,239; The Canadian General Electric 
i?ncn ;^u ' 2 ' ^^"^^i^" Motorola Electronics Co., 11,473; Central Airways. 
17.950; Chemical Protection Co., Ltd., 34,767; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 724 158- 
Commercial Caterers, Ltd., 34,879; Continuous Forms and Envelopes, Ltd 2l'562' 
Cutting, Ltd 31.160; The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., 343'322' 
The Empire Shirt Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 83,565; Featherweight Corp. ll'ui' 
Fir h Bros Ltd., 172,624; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd.. 441,175; General 
Motors of Canada, Ltd., 41,189; Gibson Motors (1962), Ltd., 46,180; Stanley A 
uTv>. ^^- ^^/^^^' ^''^ ^^°"'' Ltd.. 56,716; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 362 062- 
Hall Photographic Supply, Ltd., 53,194; Harley-Davidson Motor Co. (Inc.), 93 037- 
Hicks & Lawrence, Ltd., 17,136; Department of Transportation and Communica- 
tions (Highways), 41,213; House of Stone, 152,861 ; Huck Glove Co Ltd 15 944" 
Husky Oil, Ltd., 37,776; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 41.718; Imperial Oil, Ltd..'379 318- 
nter Royal Corp., Ltd., 13,854; Kaufman Footwear, Ltd., 14,562; Department of 
JtTnL T °'''V^'^21; Laniel Autos, Ltd., 11,557; London Life Insurance Co., 
M iV«^r"J ''^°'' ^^^^' L^^' ^^'222; MacDonald Ford Sales (Oshawa 1968), 
T m" ia f«?\^r'^?y ^^'"^^y"' L*^- ^^'^^^'' "• ^ McLean Chevrolet Oldsmobile, 
T ^ \Al/ ^/"^'■-"^ghes Ford Sales, Ltd., 25,917; Mount Pleasant Motors (1969), 
T ^ ^'loV ^r^ '^^'^ Chevrolet Oldsmobile, Ltd., 10,033; Office Overload Co., 
Ltd., 14,985; Ohvetti-Canada, Ltd.. 17,237; Peninsula Air Services, Ltd. 16 533- 



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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 



Petrofina Canada, Ltd., 56,279; Prince Edward Flying Club, 13,076; Department 
of Public Works, 130,233; Rankin Ford Sales (1963), Ltd., 10,191; Sainthill-Levine 
Uniforms Canada, Ltd., 29,004; Shell Canada, Ltd., 527,457; Robert Slessor Motors, 
Ltd., 22,906; Spadoni Bros., Ltd., 14,338; Stokes Cap and Regalia, Ltd., 40,396; 
Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 148,498; Supertest Petroleum Corp., Ltd., 149,227; Texaco 
Canada, Ltd., 447,268; Thorncrest Ford Sales, Ltd., 20,530; Department of Trans- 
portation and Communications (Transport), 19,414; Winchester Western (Canada), 

Ltd., 24,188; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 43,074; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 12,218; 

Accounts under $10,000, 3,236,208 9,654,448 

Royal Commissions ($390,200) : 

Investigate, inquire into and report upon the events involved in and the causes of the 
recent failure of Atlantic Acceptance Corporation, Ltd. : 
(Cumulative expenses to March 31, 1972, $1,207,113) 

Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 5,729 

Employee Benefits : 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re Canada Pension Plan, $58 58 

Inquire into and report upon any improper relationships between personnel of the 
Ontario Provincial Police Force and any person or persons of known criminal 
activity and more particularly any such relationships as alleged by the member of 
the Legislature for High Park in his speech of June 4, 1970 between personnel of the 
Ontario Provincial Police Force and George Clinton Duke, Daniel Gasbarrini, 
John Papalia and Donald Lee Barre : 

(Cumulative expenses to March 31, 1972, $.S5,288) 

Miscellaneous : 

Accounts under $10,000 714 

Conduct an examination of and report upon the publishing industry in Ontario and 
throughout Canada with respect to its position within the business community; 
the functions of the pubhshing industry in terms of its contribution to the cultural 
life and education of the people of the Province of Ontario and Canada; the 
economic, cultural, social or other consequences for the people of Ontario and 
of Canada of the substantial ownership or control of publishing firms by foreign 
or foreign-owned or foreign-controlled corporations or by non-Canadians: 
(Cumulative expenses to March 31, 1972, $283,909) 

Salaries : 

R. J. Fleming, 24,960; Sundry employees under $20,000, 49,195 74,155 

Employee Benefits: 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re Canada Pension Plan, 765; Unemploy- 
ment Insurance, 91 856 

Travelling Expenses : 

Air Canada, 3,069; R. J. Fleming, 2,639; Lawson McKay and Associates, 3,791 ; 

Accounts under $2,500, 5,761 15,260 

Miscellaneous: 

Bassel Sulhvan Holland & Lawson, 17,235; D. K. Camp. 14,940; Clarkson Gordon & 
Co., 19,250; M. Jeanneret, 39,452; Nethercut & Co., Ltd., 12,265; R. Rohmer, 
18,201 ; Accounts under $10,000, 48,354 169,697 



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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 



Inquire into and report upon any improper disclosure to any person, or improper use 
by any person, of the contents of a report prepared for the Government of Ontario 
under the direction of Professor Leonard Gertler dated June, 1968, entitled 
"Niagara Escarpment Study-Conservation and Recreation Report" and, the sale 
to or acquisition by the Province of Ontario, any agency thereof, or any public 
authority, of any of the lands or interests described in the said report or any 
lands or interests adjacent thereto, and the value of and consideration exchanged 
for the land or interest at the time of its acquisition by the Province of Ontario, 
its agencies or any public authority and including the value of and consideration 
exchanged for any such lands or interests by any prior purchaser or vendor : 
(Cumulative expenses to March 31, 1972, $33,076) 

Miscellaneous : 

MacKenzie Arntfield & McClean, 12,835 ; Accounts under $10,000, 20,241 33,076 

Inquire into the Egg Industry in Ontario and make recommendations with special 
reference to: the marketing and distribution of shell and processed eggs; the pro- 
posed plan for marketing eggs in Ontario including policies relating to quotas, 
negotiability and attachment to facilities, distribution through grading stations 
and pricing and pooling policies ; the relationship of the marketing of Ontario eggs 
to the proposed National Plan; the influence of vertical integration on the 
development and growth of the industry in terms of increased production, processing 
and grading facilities, producer credit and producer income; and to make, such 
recommendations in respect to the marketing of eggs as in the opinion of the 
Commissioner would be applicable to conditions in Ontario; such other recom- 
mendations as in his opinion will promote the stabilization of the marketing 
and distribution of eggs in Ontario and in concert with other provinces, the 
marketing of eggs in Canada; and recommendations on such other matters as may 
be deemed appropriate : 

(Cumulative expenses to March 31, 1972, $46,534) 

Travelling Expenses : 

J. F. Ross, 2,524 ; Accounts under $2,500, 57 2,581 

Miscellaneous : 

F. R. Hume, 11,829; Topecon Group, Ltd., 23,213; Accounts under $10,000, 

8,91 1 43,953 

Inquire into and report upon the circumstances respecting the conduct of the public and 
the members of the Metropolitan Toronto Police Force at or in the vicinity of the 
Ontario Science Centre on the 25th day of October, 1971. The Honourable the 
Prime Minister further recommends that His Honour Judge Ilvio Anthony Vannini 
shall have the power of summoning any person and requiring him to give evidence 
on oath and to produce such documents and things as His Honour Judge Ilvio 
Anthony Vannini deems requisite for the full investigation of the matters into which 
he is appointed to examine : 

(Cumulative expenses to March 31, 1972, $44,121) 

Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 1 ,043 

Employee Benefits: 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re Canada Pension Plan, 18; Unemploy- 
ment Insurance, 2 20 



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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 



Travelling Expenses : 

Accounts under $2,500 ^-^^l 

Miscellaneous : 

Prouse Reporting Service, 21,574; W. J. Smith, 16,954; Accounts under $10,000, 

1 ,649 ^^' ^ ^^ 

Compensation to Victims of Crime ($399,81 1) : 

Sundry persons in accordance with the Law Enforcement Compensation Act 399,81 1 

Compassionate Allowances ($10,928) : 10 928 

Sundry persons 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. D. A. Bales February 2. 1^72 to March 31 ,1972 2.418 

Hon. A F.Lawrence April 1, 1971 to February 1. 1972 

Payments under The Audit Act ($34,844) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 36, Sec. 12 

^4 844 
R. P. Milligan and T. J. Graham, In Trust 

The Proceedings Against The Crown Act ($1,635) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 365, Sec. 26 



Accounts under $10,000. 



1.635 



Allowances to Supreme Court Judges ($202,088) 
R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 155, Sec. 1 

Court of Appeal for Ontario 

Hon. Mr. Justice-G. A. Gale, C.J.O., 5,250; J. D. Arnup, 5.250, J. B. Aylesworth. 5^13; 
T W Brooke, 5,250; G. T. Evans, 5.250; A. R. Jessup, 5,250; A. Kelly, 5,250; F. G. 
MacKay, 5,250; G. A. McGilvray, 5.250; W. F. Schroeder, 5,250 ^A^o^ 

High Court of Ontario 

Hon. Mr. Justice-D. C. Wells. C.J.H.C, 5,250; G. A. Addy, 5,250, T P. Gallon, 1,595; 
J. D. Cromarty, 1.595; J. F. Donnelly, 5,250; W. A. Donohue, 5,250; N. C Fraser 5 250 
P. T. Galligan 5,250; C. Grant, 5,250; E. L. Haines, 5,250; R P. Hartt. 5,250, W. J 
Henderson, 5,250; L. W. Houlden, 5,250; S. H. Hughes, 5 250, D. A^ Ke.th, 5,250, 
T M King 5,250; M. N. Lacourciere, 5,250; M. Lerner, 1,595; A. H. Lieff, 5250, 
E. G. Moofehouse, 5,250; D. R. Morand, 5,250; J. G. O'Driscoll, 1,595, J. H. Osier, 
5.250; W. D. Parker, 5,250; L. T. Pennell, 5,250; E. A. R'-^ha'dson 5,250; A^S ark, 
5;250; C. D. Stewart, 5,250; E. G. Thompson, 5,250; J. L. Wilson, 5,250, P. Wright, ^^^ ^^^ 

5,250; Hon. Madame Justice— M. M. Van Camp, 1,595 



72 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE — Continued 

Allowances to Judges ($292,805) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 95 and 

The Surrogate Courts Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 451, Sec. 8 

Allowances : 

His Honour Judge Bennett, 6,625; Allowances under $10,000, 286,180 292,805 

Hearing under The Police Act ($9,992) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 351, Sec. 56 

Accounts under $10,000 9,992 

Total General Expenditure, Department of Justice $ 136,111,228 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



73 



DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR 

Hon. Fern Guindon, Minister (Statutory, see page 74) 
Hon. Gordon R. Carton, Minister (Statutory, see page 74) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($11,719,417) 

R. D. Johnston Deputy Minister $ 10,016 

T. M. Eberlee " " 24,292 

W. H. Dickie Assistant Deputy Minister 33,245 

G. Adams, 22,266; F. V. Boscariol, 21,089; J. H. Brown, 28,141; W. F. Davy, 22,978 
M. K. Dibble, 22,329; R. F. Egan, 22,724; R. A. Furness, 21,242; C. G. Gibson, 23.539 
R. F. Hawkins, 22,032; P. A. Hess, 20,312; D. G. Hill, 24,293; M. E. Howard, 20,618 
D. E. Hushion, 25,850; H. T. Jones, 23,270; J. R. Kinley, 22.986; J. McNair, 23.628 
J. D. O'Shea, 22.986; G. W. Reed. 31.346; D. W. Rose. 24,624; V. E. Scott. 21,487 

O. B. Shime. 22.724; L. C. West, 20.514; H. Y. Yoneyama. 29,407; Other salaries and 

wages, 11.111.479 

Employee Benefits ($880,039) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 114,765; Group Insurance, 
11.651; Long Term Income Protection. 22,034; Ontario Health Insurance Plan. 34.934; 
Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan. 70.009; Ontario Hospital Plan. 35,858; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, 565.210; Unemployment Insurance. 13.684. . 868,145 

Payments to the Receiver General of Canada — re: Unemployment Insurance, 

1,596; Less employees' share. 798 798 

Workmen's Compensation Board 11,096 



11,719.417 



880.039 



Travelling Expenses ($1,027,419) 

S. P. Adlakha, 2.656; Air Canada. 44,966; G. L. Allington, 2.502; D. Anderson. 3.143; J. R. 
Appelle, 3,292; R. A. Auckland. 2.644; A. C. Axcell. 3.285; W. Banhardt, 2,559 

F. E. Bartram. 4.260; A. K. Basu. 2.724; W. G. Bell, 3,360; S. Billington, 2,699 

G. J. Bold, 2,765; A. Buttle. 2.951; R. C. Cain. 3.309; L. R. Cardwell. 2.773; M. D 
Carpenter. 2.630; R. L. Charron. 2.720; I. M. Childs, 3.999; W. W. Cockburn. 3.325 
V. Cormier. 3.931; R. Davidson, 4,069; K. L. Deck. 3.148; J. Dempsey, 2,963; H. C 
Draper, 2.723; J. Dunbar. 3,727; J. Dunklee. 2,630; A. G. Gardner, 2,599; C. G. Gibson 
2,910; W. C. Green, 2,560; S. G. Grizzle, 2,567; L. E. Guppy, 3,525; R. H. Gutray 
3,087; H. Hennessy, 3.133; K. Hutton, 3.175; H. R. Illing, 2.874; J. A. Ingram. 2.739 
I. Jensen. 4.119; D. F. Jones, 3,363; H. R. Jones, 2,656; W. O. Jucker, 3,628; M. Kibzey 
3,815; F. Krauss. 3,301; W. A. Lane, 3,100; J. E. Leonard. 2.679; P. Mazurski. 2,553 
H. K. McKay. 2,645; R. W. McPhee. 2.605; C. J. Miller. 4,423; J. R. Moreau, 3,511 
K. C. Morrison. 2,696; A. A. Morrow, 2,683; R. H. Murdock, 3,292; O. R. Murphy 
3.342; M. F. Neave. 2,750; A. C. Newman. 2.659; L. S. Nicolls, 2,700; J. H. Ohrt. 3.697 
A. T. Olive. 2.540; W. R. Ovens. 2.635; G. J. Phillips. 3.220; W. L. Pletch. 3.078 
R. Reynard, 2.508; C. F. Robicheau. 3.472; R. H. Ronald. 2.765; T. R. Smith. 2.693 
N. Soady, 3,246; E. J. Soucie. 3.640; I. E. Stairs. 4.157; B. D. Stevens. 3,084; J. C 
Stewart, 3,762; J. R. Stone. 3,377; G. E. Sylvester, 2.772; J. Tonner. 3.081; E. H, 

Vollbrecht. 2,655; J. Walker, 3,322; F. G. Wall, 2,587; G. A. Windsor, 2,767; Other 

accounts under $2,500. 744.919 



1,027,419 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($2,196,386) 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 18,397; J. D. Bell, 16.280; Bell Canada. 62.440; 
BED. Limited. 14.671; Canadian Standards Association, 10.791; Chisholm Lacrosse 
Mfg. Co.. 18.593; C N Telecommunications. 12.744; Computrex Centres. Ltd.. 11,551; 
Cooper Canada, Limited. 60,977; Davis Printing, Ltd.. 36.532; Dennison Manufacturing 



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DEPARTMENT OF LABOUR — Continued 



Co. of Canada, Ltd., 14,344; Espie Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 34,559; Faskin & Calvin, 
18,180; Foster Advertising, Ltd., 100,923; Fram, Bergstein, 10,022; Graphic 48 Printing, 
12,398; Hilroy Envelopes & Stationery, Ltd., 18,397; O. Hodges, 19,000; I B M Canada, 
Ltd., 36,129; McConnell Advertising, Ltd., 134,526; Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing 
of Canada, Ltd., 21,709; Monarch Papers, Limited, 20,408; Moore Business Forms, 
Ltd., 12,018; M P I Productions, Ltd., 11,719; F. W. Murray, 14,720; P. J. O'Keeffe, 
15,960; Department of Public Works, 181,464; Receiver General of Canada, 162,950; 
J. E. C. Robinson, 14,230; Source Data Control, Ltd., 18,393; A. G. Spalding & Bros, 
of Canada, Ltd., 21,861; Sperry Rand Canada, Limited, 17,443; Department of Treasury 
& Economics, 135,234; University of Toronto, 45,621; University of Waterloo, 50,662; 
Wellinger & Dunn, Ltd., 29,103; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 33,487; Mike YazzoHno, 
11 J34; Accounts under $10,000, 716,216 



2,196,386 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($9,608,453) 

Miscellaneous Grants: 

Accounts under $10,000 2,000 

Research Grants: 

Queen's University, Kingston, 10,000; Accounts under $10,000, 4,700 14,700 

Financial Assistance to Amateur Sport : 

Accounts under $10,000 25,850 



Training in Industry: 

Canadian Industries, Ltd., 17,521; Denison Mines, Ltd., 14,247; Dominion Glass Co., 
Ltd., 44,949; Dominion Sheet Metal & Roofing Works, 18,011; Honeywell Controls, Ltd., 
11,090; International Nickel Co. of Canada, Ltd., 21,842; Kerr Addison Mines, Ltd., 
21,512; H. D. Lee of Canada, Ltd., 10,110; Lambton College, Sarnia, 28,978; Lansdowne 
House Fishery, 12,342; Mohawk College, Hamilton, 12,801; Moore Business Forms, Ltd., 
10,031; Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 10,194; Ontario Hydro, 19,787; Pilkington Brothers 
Canada, Ltd., 11,103; Toronto Transit Commission, 10,348; Webequie Fisheries, 11,700; 
Accounts under $10,000, 648,445 



935.011 



Apprenticeship Training : 

Trainees' Allowances, 2,121,074; Algonquin College, Ottawa, 573,246; George Brown 
College, Toronto, 1,787,460; Cambrian College, Sault Ste. Marie, 373,916; Centennial 
College, Toronto, 1,164,917; Conestoga College, Kitchener, 197,043; Confederation 
College, Thunder Bay, 34,880; Fanshawe College, London, 727,113; Humber College 
Toronto. 394,931 ; Loyalist College, Belleville, 91,169; Mohawk College, Hamilton, 526,543 
St. Clair College, Windsor, 415,245; Sir Sanford Fleming College, Peterborough, 49,008 
St. Lawrence College, Kingston, 126,482; University of Guelph, 18,759; Workmen's 
Compensation Board of Ontario, 23,859; Accounts under $10,000, 4,154 



,629,799 



Blind Workmen's Compensation: 

Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario , 



1,093 



Statutory 



Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Fern Guindon February 2 to March 31, 1972 

Hon. Gordon R. Carton April 1, 1971 to February 1, 1972 

Total Expenditure, Department of Labour $25,446,714 



2,418 
12.582 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



75 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS 

Hon. R. Brunelle, Minister (Statutory, see page 80) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Salaries and Wages Voted (52,778,864) 

G. H. Bayly Deputy Minister 3,593 

W. Q. Macnee " " 33,861 

R. D. Acheson, 28,683; P. Addison, 28,739; J. Barron, 21,908; R. D. Carman, 21.417; 
W. D. Cleaveley, 21,991; R. G. Code, 26,000; R. M. Dixon, 21,950; G. H. Ferguson, 
24,624; W. T. Foster, 29,407; J. W. Giles, 31,921; A. C. Goddard, 9,812; A. G. Gordon, 
20.423; G. A. Hamilton, 21,494; W. R. Henson, 28,870; A. R. Herridge, 31,921; R. S. 
Hyslop, 22,075; J. W. Lockwood, 31,921; R. R. MacBean, 27,423; N. V. Martin, 20,816; 
W. G. Maslen, 21,658; R. E. Mullin, 20,816; S. B. Panting, 20,514; S. S. Peters, 31.963; 
L. Ringham, 31,921; J. D. Roseborough. 21,908; J. R. Smyth, 20.498; J. M. Taylor, 
21,757; F. A. Walden. 21,658; Other salaries and wages, 52,057,322 52,778,864 



Employee Benefits ($3,183,938) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 640,382; Group Insurance 
32.879; Long Term Income Protection, 47,168; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 
111,782; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 201,642; Ontario Hospital Plan, 
116.244; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 1.463,471; Unemployment Insurance, 

85,134 2,698,702 

Payments to Unemployment Insurance 175,546 

Payments to Workmen's Compensation Board 309,690 



3,183,938 



Travelling Expenses ($190,163) 

Hon. R. Brunelle, 2,400; R. B. Addison, 2,644; Aii Canada, 27,508; G. C. Armstrong 
2,713; R. A. Balkwill, 3,092; R. V. Brady, 3,450; M. J. Brubacher, 2,618; R. J. Burgar 
2,729; J. Butts, 3,687; R. M. Christie, 5,125; W. J. Christie, 2.515; R. J. Code, 3,004 
T. C. Cooke, 3,272; E. M. Cressman, 3,111; W. C. Currie, 4,569; A. E. Danes, 2,907 
W. Dixon, 3,894; W. G. Dyer, 2,687; E. Everley. 3,954; J. F. Flowers. 4.806; D. E. Gage 
2,546; P. Harkema, 2,730; C. J. Heeney, 2,657; G. E. Holman, 2,628; R. W. Hummel 
5,235; M. J. Jackson, 3,155; D. R. Johnston, 3,705; G. E. Jones, 3,416; T. E. Lee, 2.668 
J. W. Lockwood. 3,963; K. H. Loftus, 2.525; D. E. Magee, 3,715; W. D. Mansell, 2,959 
E. Markus, 3,788; G. A. McCormack. 4,060; R. J. Mennenga. 3,069; M. J. Morison 
2,790; J. R. Oatway. 3,040; J. E. Peden. 3,874; C. E. Perrie, 2.813; S. Peters, 2,658 
R. A. Quirt, 2.717; K. A. Reese. 3.008; P. G. Rimmington. 3.132; F. C. Robinson, 3,231 
J. B. Rorke, 3,476; J. H. Sellers, 2,767; W. L. Sleeman, 3.257; W. C. Stevens, 4,196 
H. Weir, 2,742 ; E. G. Wilson, 2,958 



190,163 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($37,265,191) 

A. & F. Building. Ltd., 30,000; Abitibi Paper Company, Ltd., 157,169; James Ackerman. 
12,000; Acklands, Ltd., 69,275; Acme Fish Net & Twine Co., 19,635; Acme Planing Mills, 
Ltd., 15,564; James Harold Stanley Adams, 39,500; J. L. Addison, N. Reiber, I. Karp, A. 
Richman, 309,141; Air Dale, Ltd., 10,732; Leo Alarie & Sons, Ltd.. 12,660; Wm. Albert, 
Ltd.. 11.331; Algoma Land & Timber Co.. Ltd., 28,000; Alkaye Grocery, Ltd., 10,724; 
Allan's Hardware, 19,426; Gordon W. Allan, 39,000; Allied Chemical Canada, Ltd., 
64,875 ; American Motors (Canada), Ltd.. 69.247 ; Charles A. Anderson & Viola G. Anderson, 
14,304; Viola Anderson, 11,696; George Angus (Canada), Ltd., 105,536; Anstey Graphic. 
Ltd., 14,654; Armco Canada, Ltd., 31,963; Arnprior Builders Supplies, 12,135; Arrow 
Timber Co., Ltd., 39,476; Assman Dictating Systems. 11.279; Atco Quebec, Ltee., 
27,752; Atkinson's Service Garage & Auto Supplies, 15,182; Atlas Block Co., Ltd.. 
18,448; Austin Airways. Ltd., 25.981 ; B. P. Canada. Ltd.. 30.951 ; G. A. Backus Co., Ltd., 



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DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS — Continued 



12,580; Ball Motors, 10,919; F. Balling & Clara Balling, 49,237; Bangs Bros., Ltd., 
11,973; Lillian Ada Banham, 15,000; M. V. Baumanis, 22,500; Bayfield Plumbing & 
Heating Supply, Ltd., 10,073; Keith I. Beacom, 41,743; K. J. Beamish Construction 
Co., Ltd., 23,475; Jim Bean, 17,446; Beaver Lumber Co., Ltd., 92,072; Bell Canada, 
485,129; W. A. Beninger, 15,700; Bert's Auto Supply, Ltd., 14,823; Cameron Bimm 
Mercury Sales & Service, Ltd., 12,843; Lyall L. Bingley & Vernon C. Bingley, 12,500; 
Black Bay Contracting and Enterprises, Ltd., 64,751; A. L. Blair Construction, Ltd., 
19,045; Bluewater Hardware, Ltd., 12,593; E. Bondy Excavating & Trucking, Ltd., 
11,446; Boston Bros., Ltd., 40,316; Wilf Boudah & Son, 15,094; P. Boutin Co., Ltd., 
30,569; Jean Bowell, 10,000; Boxmore Developments, Ltd., 271,736; George W. Bracken, 
25,477; John Bradbury, 44,093; Donald Bradley, 28,458; E. G. Bradley & Associates, 
21,951; Brandram Henderson Co., 10,347; J. A. Brisson & Sons, Ltd., 14,764; Brookhn 
Concrete Products, Ltd., 33,156; J. A. Brouillard, Ltd., 38,388; Gordon F. Brown, 
35,995; Bruell Paving, Ltd., 19,936; Herbert E. Brumm, 24,626; Building Trades Centre, 
22,117; Marie Elizabeth Burgess, 11,000; Burns Food, Ltd., 27,521; George Butler, 
24,431; Byers-Bush, Ltd., 14,734; Caledon Mountain Estates, Ltd., 73,094; Cambrian 
Leasing, Ltd., 20,504; J. Velma Cameron, 64,300; Robert Cameron & Wilma Cameron, 
80,000; Grant Campbell of Chapleau, Ltd., 23,584; Robert Campbell, 25,000; Camroy 
Construction, Ltd., 30,090; Canada Packers, Ltd., 99,463; Canada Wire & Cable Co., Ltd., 
11,756; Canadian Aurahte, 14,482; Canadian Forestry Equipment Co., 17,403; Canadian 
General Electric Co., Ltd., 45,036; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 31,709; Canadian Laboratory 
Supphes, Ltd., 21,812; Canadian Marconi Co., 31,562; Canadian Motorola Electronics Co., 
42,103; Canadian National Railways, 96,319; Canadian Pacific Railway Co., 70,309; 
Canam Oil Services, 16,181 ; Capital Air Surveys, Ltd., 20,277; Carleton Culvert Company, 
Ltd., 11,187; Cash & Carry Plywood & Lumber, Ltd., 10,230; Champlain Ready-Mix 
Concrete, Ltd., 19,522; Chapleau Chain Saw & Supply (1970), 17,845; Chemonics 
Industries (Canada), Ltd., 50,979; Chipman Chemicals, Ltd., 24,747; Chisholm's (Roshn), 
Ltd.. 15,469; W. Graham Christie, 100,000; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 299,589; Chft Bros. 
Plumbing Heating & Electrical, Ltd., 27,961; Clouthier Industrial Equipment, Ltd., 
11,570; WiUiam E. Coates & Associates, Ltd., 15,220; Elford Cobbledick, 40,689; 
Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 82,799; Cockburn & Archer, Ltd., 15,615; Bertha 
Knight Cody, 102,348; Lome Coll, 12,176; Charles W. Collins Stores, Ltd., 11,616; 
The Colonial Homes, Ltd., 66,502; Carman W. Comba & Minerva G. Comba, 87,619; 
Computing Devices of Canada, Ltd., 15,398; Conklin Lumber Co., Ltd., 51,305; Connelly 
Motors, 18,198; Ray Consitt, 22,000; Consohdated Bathurst, Ltd., 30,024; Consohdated 
Bathurst Packaging, Ltd., 29,250; Consolidated Hydrocarbons, Ltd., 15,201; Consumers 
Trading Co., 10,099; Alf Cooper & Co., Ltd., 12,579; Cooper's Crane Rental, Ltd., 
14,839; Coremco, 12,859; Crane Supply, 46,080; Croy-Roy Distributors, Ltd., 125,260; 
Cyanamid of Canada, Ltd., 19,297; Davey Gravel Co., 10,175; B. R. Davidson Construction, 
19,944; CHfford Davies & Annie Davies, 16,000; Davis Haulage, 16,052; Davis and 
McLay Developments, 17,500; Dawson Fish Club, 18,000; Dean Construction Co., Ltd., 
16,089; J. D. Deardon & Stanton Deardon, 11,783; John Deere, Ltd., 71,041 ; De Havilland 
Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., 448,368; Devhn Timber Co., Ltd., 78,130; Diebold of Canada, Ltd., 
10,847; Diesel Equipment, Ltd., 12,729; Display Service Co., Ltd., 30,289; Norman Doff, 
William Doff, George Doff, Mary Hohad, 12,000; Dominion Chain Co., Ltd., 22,097; 
Dominion Helicopters, Ltd., 201,110, Dominion Textiles, Ltd., 19,811; Ken Dooley 
Bulldozing, 48,584; Dorion Sand and Gravel, 36,844; Dennis Dostie, 23,857; Dryden 
Paper Co., Ltd., 79,758; Dubrueil Bros., Ltd., 10,678; Alphonse Duchscher, 104,374; 
Dufferin Materials & Construction, Ltd., 11,549; Easton Construction, 11,050; The T. 
Eaton Company, Ltd., 17,023; Econogas, Ltd., 25,208; Electro Sonic Industrial Sales 
(Toronto), Ltd., 23,038; Grange W. Elhott, 67,935; EUiott Research Corporation, Ltd., 
20,242; Ellis & Howard, Ltd., 28,444; Emco Supply, 18,385; Norman Emery Construction, 
51,140; Endelman, Holder & Wallace, 27,112; Entire Reproductions, 19,303; George H. 
Everson & Olive Everson, 13,900; Farnorth Enterprises & Equipment, Ltd., 11,060; 
Feldman Timber Co., Ltd., 20,414; Field Aviation Co., Ltd., 56,804; Fisons (Canada), 
Ltd., 22,995; Flek Timber Co., Ltd., 10,798; Clare Fleming & John Black, 15,220; 
Flextrack Nodwell, Ltd., 12,920; James Foley & Edith Foley, 17,000; Forbes Building 
Materials, Ltd., 35,219; Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., 403,173; Forest Protection, Ltd., 



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11,901 ; L. B. Foster Co., 10,357; Fowler Construction Co., Ltd., 19,544; Percy Freedman, 
Nathan Urback & Philip Guterbaum, 432,000; Henry Freeman & Joseph Henry Freeman, 
10,000; Mable Louise Freethy, 24,500; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 38,888; Vernon Bruce 
Gale & Williamina G. Gale, 15,000; Gamble-Robinson, Ltd., 17,698; Gateway Building & 
Supply, Ltd., 21,500; General Airspray, Ltd., 51,898; General Industrial Camps, Ltd., 
24,997; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 87,128; General Photogramettric Services, Ltd. 
10,236; Georgian Bay Airways, Ltd., 48,765; Geraldton Millworks, Ltd., 12,911; 
Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 14,324; Gibson Motors (1962), Ltd., 28,684; Joseph Patrick 
William Giroux & Jeanne Giroux, 72,000; Glenbrae, Ltd., 11,979; Milton A. Goetz, 15,000; 
F. A. Gomoll & Sons, Ltd., 26,369; B. F. Goodrich Canada, Ltd., 98,774; Verna Gordon & 
Dorothy May Gordon Mc Arthur, 30,000; Gordon's Saw Shop, 11,178; The Gosselin 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 13,987; Howard M. Graham, 15,079; Murray M. Graham, 15,170; 
Grand & Toy, Ltd., 24,285; Great Lakes Paper Co., Ltd., 140,494; Guenette Enterprises, 
13,754; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 757,875; Hacquoil Construction, Ltd., 32,608; Hall 
Photographic Supply, Ltd., 42,593; The Halton Region Conservation Authority, 136,325; 
June Hankey, 15,000; H. B. Hansen, Ltd., 19,987; Albert Edward Hardman & Clarissa 
Hardman, 12,000; Harley's Supermarket, Ltd., 14,261; Harris Fisheries, Ltd., 16,241; 
James S. Harris, Joan M. Harris & Howard M. Harris, 23,968; Herbert Wilmer Harrison & 
Hazel Harrison, 13,000; J. M. Hawkins Lumber Co., Ltd., 100,000; Hearst Lumber 
Co., Ltd., 10,142; Hearst Transport & Lumber Co. Ltd., 25,107; Heath Plastics Division, 
14,820; Helair, Ltd., 118,378; Hertz, 14,127; Hicks & Lawrence, Ltd., 210,254; Hicks 
Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 12,405; Higgs & Higgs, Ltd., 47,527; Donald V. Hill & 
Mary Katherine Hill, 44,540; George O. Hill, Ltd., 34.025; R. Hilton & Associates, 
11,960; Hodgins Lumber, Ltd., 18,535; Hoey & McMillan, Ltd., 55,882; Hoffman Con- 
crete Products, 21,095; Cecil John Hopkins, 51,986; Hough, Stansbury & Associates, 
Ltd., 79,379; E. S. Hubbell & Sons, Ltd., 34,482; Hudson's Bay Co., 47,068; Hughes- 
Owens Co., Ltd., 15,293; Huisson Aviation, Ltd., 21,309; Hunter Drums, Ltd., 10,418; 
Huntsville Planing Mills, Ltd., 28,495; D. E. & J. C. Hutchinson Contracting Co., 
Ltd., 175,577; Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 273,146; I. P. S. Engineering, 
Ltd., 50,433; Ignace Airways, Ltd., 19,167; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 337,579; Imperial School 
Desks, Ltd., 13,040; International Business Machines Canada, Ltd., 47,809; Inter- 
national Harvester Co. of Canada, Ltd., 19,025; Inter-Royal Corporation, Ltd., 27,112; 
Irco Industries, Ltd., 12,037; Ivey Trailers, Ltd., 19,173; C. F. Jacklin, Ltd., 14,604; 
Jacksic Bros., 21,660; John E. Jackson, 23,884; Fred Jamieson, 10,000; Lee Jennison, 
49,342; Elma Jewitt, 76,000; H. V. Jewitt, 10,000; Ronald Wilbur Jewitt & Gary 
Paul Jewitt, 79,000; Johnson Electric Supply, 10,945; Herbert M. Jones & Helen M. 
Jones, 25,000; Norman Jones, 20,000; R. W. Kangas, Ltd., 61,229; Kantola Motors, 
Ltd., 18,094; H. F. Keffer, 14,000; Patrick Joseph Kelly, 37,360; Kem-San, Ltd., 25,013; 
Gordon E. Kenny, 22,648; Kenora Motor Products, Ltd., 12,903; Kent Bros., Ltd., 
10,288; Kenting Aviation, 95,201; Keuffel & Esser of Canada, Ltd., 32,512; Keyes, Ltd., 
21,864; Kimberley-Clark Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd., 89,851; Kingston, Lee, Watson Co., 
Ltd., 12,112; Gerhard Klinge & Sons, Ltd., 164,465; Elmer Krieger, 18,987; Ivan 
Kurelech & Lidia Kurelech, 24,988; Kurz Builders' Supplies, Ltd., 12.023; L. S. Equipment 
Co., 19,389; A. J. Labelle, 25,198; M. J. Labelle Co., Ltd., 294,361; K. T. Lacarte 
Construction, 15,841; La Fontaine Sand & Gravel, 13,349; Municipality of the Township 
of Lake of Bays, 26,366; Lakehead Culvert, Ltd., 37,614; Lakeland Airways, Ltd., 
16,102; Lambair, Ltd., 11,336; O. Lautaoja, 17,222; Arthur Lavigne & Alice Lavigne, 
13,000; Wilfred N. Lawrence & Freda E. Lawrence, 110,000; John Lawson, 194,403; 
Robert Shepherd Lawson & Anne Lawson, 17,500; Leavens Bros., Ltd., 22,874; Maurice 
Lecours, Ltd., 25,347; Edward Lefaivre & Son, 11,548; Carl J. Lehman & Sons, Ltd., 
50,769; Andre LeMay, Ltd., 15,838; J. D. Levesque Lumber, Ltd., 28,856; Levitt 
Safety, Ltd., 19,868; Lindstrom & Nilson, Ltd., 18,576; Link Lake, Ltd., 100,189; 
John G. Linscott & James Ernest Madden, 25,000; Edward Liptay, 285,698; Liskeard 
Construction, Ltd., 36,048; Robert Mark Fisher Little, 20,000; Wm. Lochead Hardware, 
11,285; Lockwood Survey Corporation, Ltd., 45,742; Orval Lougheed, 16,320; Sarah 
Luceno, Joe Luceno, Vito Luceno, Grace Luceno & Maria Lombardo, 73,000; Norman 
P. Lyndon, 12,692; Lyons Building Centre, 13,399; MSA Canada, 16,883; Norman 
MacDonald, Aoda MacDonald, Keith MacDonald & Margaret MacDonald, 350,000; 



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MacDonald's Consolidated, Ltd., 30,140; Mack MacKenzie Motors, Ltd., 10,605; 
Macklaim Construction Co., Ltd., 22,439; Helen A. MacLean, 21,000; MacMillan Bloedel 
Building Materials, 14,218; MacNab Bus Sales, 29,101; Ernest J. Madill & Birdie Pearl 
Madill, 59,000; Manitou Airways, Ltd., 18,819; Adam Marciniuk, 37,181; Marr's Marine, 
Ltd., 11,472; Marshall Equipment, Ltd., 10,932; Marshall, Macklin, Monaghan, Ltd., 
27,660; Martin Feed Mills, Ltd., 43,668; Garry Martin, 17,425; Ian Martin Associates, 
Ltd., 52,954; Massey-Ferguson Industries, Ltd., 59,713; M. Masson, 13,687; James 
Gordon Mather & Marilyn Joyce Mather, 21,428; Charles H. Matthews & Roger Matthews, 
75,265; John E. Matthews & Robert E. Matthews, 21,375; Donald K. Maynard, 11,663; 
M. J. McAlpine, 15,319; D. S. McArthur Contracting, Ltd., 128,053; Lloyd A. McCalpin, 
30,870; C. A. McDowell, Ltd., 53,788; Alec C. McEwen, 20,751; H. J. McFarland 
Construction Co., Ltd., 50,094; Hubert Lome McGarvey & Myrtle McGarvey, 34,000; 
Bruce McGaw & Margaret H. McGaw, 200,000; C. C. McGibbon and Mrs. R. H. 
Baines, 150,000; McGuire & Clarke, 27,584; Archibald T. McLachlan, 16,000; Melvin 
McLaren, 10,061; Robert L. McLean and Vernon C. McLean, 10,800; Willis Stewart 
McLeese, 35,600; A. B. McLennan, 12,354; Edwin H. McMillan & Clara L. McMillan, 
32,500; Charles McMinn, 13,220; D. J. McNichol, 48,100; Zaven Mesrobian, 29,000; 
Frederick L. Metcalfe & Eva F. Metcalfe, 27,358; Gerald Roy Michael & Cornelia 
Michael, 32,000; Middleton's Construction, 13,800; Midwest Airhnes, Ltd., 37,335; G. S. 
Miller & Mildred B. Miller, 14,331; William Milne & Sons, Ltd., 20,222; Minnesota 
Mining & Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 39,890; Miramar Product Designs, Ltd., 
15,838; George Arnold Mitchell, 25,955; Moffatt & Powell, Ltd., 11,349; Moldex, Ltd., 
19,281; D. W. Morrison & Mildred Carmen Morrison, 40,000; M. J. Morrison, 22,660; 
Morsan Chemicals & Sanitation, 10,732; E. R. Mound, 31,130; S. W. Mound, 29,000; 
Mel Murdoch, (Ltd.), 52,166; Fred Murphy (Pembroke), Ltd., 19,324; Murray Bros. 
Lumber Co. (1969), Ltd., 23,740; Murritt Photofax, Ltd., 12,073; National Airmotive, 
Inc., 13,520; National Cash Register Co. of Canada, Ltd., 39,479; National Grocers 
Co., Ltd., 35,280; Navair, Ltd., 13,322; William Raymond Ardwell Naylor, 11,500; 
Neighbourhood Store, 10,440; Bill Nelson Equipment Rentals, 14,686; Vera Nelson 
(Beaney), Chfford Nelson & Orval Nelson, 35,000; New-Form Designs, Ltd., 19,800; 
New Dryden Jobbing, Ltd., 10,234; Niagara Chemicals, 23,507; Niagara Helicopters, 
Ltd., 20,745; Wilbert G. Niece & Lyle Niece, 10,000; James D. Nisbet, 25,483; Nor-Ont 
Supply, Ltd., 43,928; Norcay Holdings, Ltd., 120,000; Norfolk Co-Operative Co., Ltd., 
14,462; North American Lumber, Ltd., 12,251; Northern Canada Supply, Ltd., 37,171; 
Northern Electric Co., Ltd., 20,363; Northern Engineering & Supply Co., Ltd., 21,099; 
Northern Wood Preservers, Ltd., 45,203; Northland Trailers (Soo), Ltd., 13,939; Robert 
Earl Nott & Dorothy Nott, 30,000; Nottawa Electric, 13,797; Agnes Nutland & 
Margaret McLeod, 25,000; Nuttall's Charter Service, 12,647; Oak-Lee Holdings, Ltd., & 
Leslie Jamieson, 32,000; O'Connor Tanks, Ltd., 23,701; Charles P. O'Dale, 15,633; 
Office Overload Co., Ltd., 98,316; Office Specialty, Ltd., 21,364; Okerlund Enterprises, 
Ltd., 27,327; O. Okerlund Trucking, 16,975; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 63,073; On-Air, 
Ltd., 34,930; Ontario Central Airlines, Ltd., 33,300; Ontario Culvert & Metal Pro- 
ducts, Ltd., 19,288; The Ontario Forestry Association, 24,548; The Ontario Institute 
for Studies in Education, 26,477; Ontario-Minnesota Pulp & Paper Co., Ltd., 50,608; 
Ontario Reformatory Industries, Department of Correctional Services, 90,835; Ontario 
Research Foundation, 14,785; Opeongo Forestry Service, 17,902; Orilha Air Services, 
Ltd., 15,333; Oshawa Wood Products, Ltd., 13,707; Edmund Otte, 18,266; Simon 
Ouellette Contracting Co., Ltd., 52,704; J. Allen Page & Charles A. Canfield, 20,000; 
Wilfred Paiement, 354,936; Alex N. Palmer, 16,668; Palmers Plumbing Supply, Ltd., 
19,578; Panex Exhibit Services, 56,541; Parrish Stone Co., 18,057; Parry Sound Auto 
Parts Co., Ltd., 10,024; L. J. Pecarskie, 18,054; John Peckitt & Charles Peckitt, 15,000; 
Pedlar People, Ltd., 31,768; Wilf Perron, 37,801; Dawson Fetch & Marion Fetch, 
59,987; Samuel L. Philhps & Margaret E. Phillips, 45,000; PhilHps, Wilson & Milton, 
28,339; Pianozi's Foods, Ltd., 38,015; Al. Pierce Motors, Ltd., 11,803; John G. Pierce, 
43,966; Edwin Pilgrim, 11,355; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 10,593; Planes Concrete, 
Ltd., 23,547; Robert Arthur Plant & Lauretta M. Plant. 22,000; Plastic Service, 21,645; 
Wm. Pollock & Son, Ltd., 19,674; J. G. Poole Construction, 32,731; Gaston H. Poulin 
Contractor, Ltd., 20,345; Powertel Utihties Contractors, Ltd., 17,259; Precast Tank & 



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Vault Co., Ltd., 25,296; Franklin Prouse Motors (1962), Ltd., 26.478; Public Utilities- 
Sundry, 107,130; Department of Public Works, 1,213,464; Quality Utilities, Ltd., 13,529; 
Gerald Raidt & Sandra Raidt, 39,911; Ron Ramsay Construction, 17,564; Clyde D. R. 
Rands & Anna Leona Rands, 37,909; Ransom Fidelity Co., 11,000; Ranta Bros. Con- 
struction, 24,851; Ken Ray Contracting, 54,322; Edward John Reaves & Arlene J. 
Reaves, 14,300; Receiver of General of Canada — Department of Energy, Mines & 
Resources, 86,253; Stamps, 147,668; Red Lake Food Market, 17,486; Red & White 
Foodland, 11,600; F. L. C. Reed & Associates, Ltd., 10,000; Reed Shaw Osier, Ltd., 
16,506; Reeves Construction, Ltd., 24,609; William Elliott Reid, 25,000; Reynolds 
Research & Manufacturing Corporation, 17,451; V. D. Rigato, Ltd., 16,684; Don Risk 
Equipment, Ltd., 11,285; Talson Rody, 31,424; Roe Gravel Co., 13,455; Willis Elmer 
Rowbotham, 28,200; Royel Paving, Ltd., 10,614; Rudolph-McChesney Lumber Co., Ltd., 
18,044; Les Running, 15,358; Russell Food Equipment, Ltd., 19,288; Rutherford 
Photo, Ltd., 33,083; Safety Supply Co., 34,306; Samuel Erwin Sage, 30,000; Frederick J. 
Salt, 15,500; Scarfe & Co., Ltd., 12,092; Leroy C. Schlagel, 18,000; Newton Carl Selby & 
Christina Selby, 25,639; Cecil Sennett, 12,925; Severn Enterprises, Ltd., 12,297; Floyd H. 
Shantz, 13,000; Estate of Nelson G. Shantz, 12,000; Herb Shaw & Sons, Ltd., 20,328; 
Shell Canada, Ltd., 103,796; Charlotte Sherwood & Eileen Armstrong, 30,000; D. A. 
Shields, 24,250; B. & F. Shier, 26,407; A. C. Simmonds & Sons, Ltd., 68,455; Simpson & 
Taylor, 30,617; Simpsons-Sears, Ltd., 13,489; Sioux Lumber & Supply Co., Ltd., 10,880; 
Estate of Joseph Robert Small, 15,000; Smith & Chappie, Ltd., 17,459; Solway Metal 
Sales, Ltd., 17,441; Soo Mill & Lumber Co., Ltd., 45,345; Soo Van & Storage, 14,202; 
Spadoni Bros., Ltd., 44,225; Spilsbury & Tindall Sales, Ltd., 16,448; Spramotor, Ltd., 
14,118; Spruce Falls Power & Paper Co., Ltd., 114,976; Standard Paving Co., 11,627; 
John A. Stanton, 14,186; Alvin James Stevens & Lucy Blanche Stevens, 18,000; House 
of Stone, 13,564; G. K. Stringer, Ltd., 20,848; Sun Oil Co., Ltd., 13,573; Superior 
Airways, Ltd., 45,074; Superior Propane, Ltd., 43,935; Supertest Petroleum Corporation, 
Ltd., 18,969; Supreme Aluminum Industries, Ltd., 11,093; Survair, Ltd., 20,222; 
Sutcliffe Co., 38,853; George Swan Motors, Ltd., 15,373; Swanair, 80,156; Switzer 
Planing Mills, Ltd., 12,976; Bert Taylor Construction, Ltd., 24,677; Telephone— Sundry, 
123,961; Tempco Audio Industries, Ltd.. 15,630; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 83,398; Thessalon 
IGA, 10,416; Glen Thompson & Edith Thompson, 27,750; James Thordale & Grethe 
Thordale, 50,000; Thunder Bay Welding & Supplies, Ltd., 43,144; Thurdale Properties, 
Ltd., 467,694; Estate of Bernard A. Tighe, 30,000; Town of Timmins, 12,000; E. Toense, 
19,000; Tompkins' Hardware. Ltd., 14,320; B. Tompsett, 14,743; Frank Tone & Madeleine 
Anna Tone, 22,000; Department of Transportation and Communications, 398,333; 
Department of Treasury and Economics, 684,339; Treck Photographic of Canada, Ltd., 
12,725; Triangle Plumbing & Heating Supply. Ltd., 42,862; Ray V. Troyer, 35,000; 
Truck & Farm Supply, Ltd., 32,034; Tulloch Trucking, Ltd., 40,063; Turcotte Painting, 
Ltd., 13,988; Turnco, Ltd., 16,680; Twinn Pest Control Aerial of Ottawa, Ltd., 17,716; 
A. F. Tyrell & J. H. Tyrell, 140,000; Union Carbide Canada, Ltd., 19,644; United 
Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., 64,430; United Co-Operatives of Ontario, 28,476; University of 
Guelph, 83,302; University of Toronto, 37,098; Ustel Motor Sales, Ltd., 27,550; Emile A. 
Vaillencourt, Ltd., 22,426; Martina VanHoeve Construction, Ltd., 24,500; Veit's Super- 
market, Ltd., 15,916; Viking Helicopters, Ltd., 55,134; Joseph Virgilio & Nicola A. 
Virgilio, 18,000; Boris Vujic & Frances Vujic, 21,000; Wabco Equipment Canada, Ltd., 
25,111; Norman Wade Co., Ltd., 14,908; Wajax Equipment, Ltd., 159,345; W. I. Watson 
Lumber & Building Supplies, Ltd., 13,388; Dalton Weatherall & Fern Weatherall, 
27,000; C. N. Weber, Ltd., 11,692; Donald George Webster & Donna M. Webster, 
59,000; George Wegman, 10,550; Weldwood of Canada, Ltd., 10,864; Nick Werenko, 15,834; 
Westeel-Rosco, Ltd., 28,143; Weyerhaeuser (Ontario), Ltd., 12,616; G. B. Wheeler & 
Estate of E. R. Gigeroff, 76,000; James Wheeler, 39,500; Glen White & Florence White, 
30,000; White River Air Services, Ltd., 23,105; Helen J. C. Whittaker, 18,900; Bradford 
John Wickett & Ethel Ellen Wickett, 28,500; John Wallace Wilde & Therese I. Wilde, 
50,000; Victor Robert Wiley & Lillian Mabel Wiley, 22,500; Wilf's Sand & Gravel, 
33,380; Wilmac Plumbing & Heating Co., 10,762; Gary Wilson Tire Service, Ltd., 
11,118; Laura Wilson & Lincoln Scheult, 22,750; Wilson-Stewart Enterprises, Ltd., 
105.024; Wiltsie Truck Bodies, 15,700; William W. Winskill & Frances Mae Winskill, 



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33,000; Wiseway Home & Building Centre, 14,037; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 50,873; 
Wood-Mosaic (Canada), 14,785; Charles E. Woodley & Mildred F. Woodley, 83,640; 
Woods Bag & Canvas Co., Ltd., 26,805; Woollings Forest Products, Ltd., 10,255; John P. 
Worts, 11,250; WilHam J. Wunder & Patricia E. Wunder, 13,000; Wye River Hunting, 
Ltd., 120,000; Xerox of Canada, 146,999; Gordon Yardley, 17,787; Alice Yates & AUce 
Briggs, 11,000; York Trading, Ltd., 12,727; G. Young Construction (Powassan), 15,647; 
Other accounts under $10,000. 10,177,294 



37.265.191 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($319,957) 



Grants to Municipalities and Conservation Authorities : 
Municipalities : 

Counties — Dufferin, 19,013; Lanark, 12,586; Leeds and Grenville, 
12,502; Simcoe, 10,540; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 21,216; 
Grants under $10,000, 34,788 



110,645 



Conservation Authorities : 
Long Point Region, 1 
under $10,000, 6,731... 



,996; South Nation River, 13,421 



rrants 



32,148 



142,793 



Annuities and Bonuses to Indians : 

Receiver General of Canada (Department of Indian Affairs and Northern 

Development) 44,096 

Canadian Council of Resource Ministers 48,576 

Ontario Forestry Association 12,500 

Payments of Wolf Bounty 58,792 

Sundry grants under $10,000 13,200 



177,164 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($12,582) 
The Executive Council, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 



Hon. R. Brunelle. 



12.582 



Loans to Commercial Fishermen 

The Fisheries Loan Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 
($320,344) 



[75 



Commercial Fishermen : 



Adrien Hubert Andre, 1,777; Glenn A. Archibald, 5,455; Ursula Archibald, 10,000 
Baptiste Bigblood, 26; James Bigblood, 178; Sylvester Blackbird, 1,215; John R. Boyd 
59; Beverley Keith Bressette, 5,448; Windsor Broadbent, 6,554; Clarence Brusseau, 5,237 
Edward Brusseau, 5,927; Eh Carpenter, 277; Percy Carpenter, 163; Margaret Catton 
134; Armand Chauvin, 370; Roger C. Colhns, 200; Paul Daudhn, 5,455; Gordon E 
Drouillard, 789; Lawrence Drouillard, 8,000; Isidore Durocher, 750; Stanley Durocher 
448; Alice Fisher, 72; Peter Fisher, 38; Bill Eraser, 4,274; William K. Gallic, James R 
Gallic, Jane GaUie and Marlene Gallic, 9,716; George B. Garbutt, 589; Edna M. Hamilton 
10,000; James S. Hamilton, 2,348; Patrick J. Hamilton, 7,972; James S. Harris, Joan M 
Harris, and Howard M. Harris, 23,968; Albert Melvin Henley, 1,408; John Henry, 47: 
Clarence Henry, Sr., 96; Joe Hunter, 387; Armand Jacob, 2,000; Delmer Jubenville^ 
10,000; Melvin Jubenville, 10,000; Paul Kent Jubenville, 10,000; Paul Kabestra, 338; 
Robert Kabestra, 1,248; Roger Keesick, 126; Adam Keewatin, 16; Andy Keewatin, 208: 
Ivy Keewatin, 298; Willie Keewatin, 339; Josephine Kejick, 33; Elsie Dora Kent, 252: 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



81 



DEPARTMENT OF LANDS AND FORESTS — Continued 



Josephine Kent, 21 ; Daniel Kokopenace, 21 ; Gabriel Kokopenace, 129; John Kokopenace, 
605; Andrew Kulman, 1,460; Alfred J. Labute, 6,909; Francis L. Labute, 6,904; Gilbert 
Laforet, 3,985; Leonard Laforet, 25,944; Roland Laliberte, 174; Albert Land, 102; 
Tom Land, 336; Rheal E. Laroche, 1,687; Delamere Loon, 118; Larry Loon, 9; Steve 
Loon, 26; Cornelius MacDonald, 6,153; Paul MacDonald, 8,000; Roy MacDonald, 284; 
Roy MacDonald, Chief of Islington Band, 207; Shirley MacDonald, 8,000; Harry Martin- 
dale, 292; John Michaud, 131 ; Malvina Michaud, 1,236; Paul Michaud, 551 ; Leo Montpetit 
146; Kenneth Muckle, 340; Mitchell Muckle, 2,160; Tony O'Cheek, 271; Colin Paishk, 19 
Marcel Papasay, 21; Mary Papasay, 291; Allan Paypom, 525; Ronald A. Provost, 1,690 
Ronald T. Purdy, Milford T. Purdy, Leah M. Purdy & William J. Purdy, 55,627 
Robert Quewezance, 708; Carl Rankin, 2,131; Charles Riberdy, 514; Alice Scott, 147 
George Scott, 704; Paul Scott, 826; John H. Senecal and J. Edgar Senecal, 3,417 
Joseph Sinclair, 463; Vernon Speed, 1,032; Gerald Steinhoff, 752; John C. Stewart and 
Bruce E. Stewart, 9,589; Paul Stone, 22; John Swain, 19; Sarah Swain, 49; Albert 
Wagamese, 166; Dick Wagamese, 178 ; Roger Williams, 4,677 ; Wallace Williams, 6,341 . . . . 



320,344 



Special Warrants ($36,807) 

Province of Ontario's share of the cost of purchasing contaminated fish from 
certain bodies of water affected by mercury pollution. 



Receiver General of Canada (Department of Fisheries) 

Total 94,107,846 

Less: Refunds of Expenditures 1,264,383 

Total Expenditure, Department of Lands and Forests $92,843,463 



36,807 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 83 

OFFICE OF LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries ($17,879) 

Secretary and other salaries 17,879 

Employee Benefits ($1,013) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re; Canada Pen>ion Plan, PM , Pubhc Service 

Superannuation Fund, 817; Unemployment Insurance, 5 1,013 

Expenses ($20,000) 

His Honour W. Ross MacDonald, allowance for contingencies 20,000 

Total Expenditure, Office of Lieutenant Governor $38,892 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 85 

MANAGEMENT BOARD 

Hon. Charles S. MacNaughton, Minister (Statutory, see below) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($1,664,368) 

G. H. Bayly Secretary of the Management Board 37,763 

C. E. Brannan " " " 3,833 

T. P. Adams. 7,922; M. J. Algar, 245; O. M. Berg, 26,300; R. D. Carman, 5,366; H. S. 

Damp, 22,806; T. Eberlee, 15,471; S. H. Feldman, 24,120; W. J. Gilbert, 21,405; D. B. 

Jackson, 21,446; R. A. Leneveu, 26,300; D. Y. Lewis, 7,941; R. A. Nix, 26,250; W. F. 

Nuss, 21,487; J. G. O'Neill, 31,748; A. W. Rae, 24,278; R. L Reiman, 26,000; J. R. 

Scott, 6,416; S. W. Smith, 21,487; E. F. Strauss, 34,577; G. E. Wildish, 20,543; B. A. 

Wilson, 25,366; J. C. Yen, 21,487; Department of Civil Service, 20,169; Department of 

Public Works, 42,512; Other salaries and wages under $20,000, 1,121,130 1,664,368 

Employee Benefits ($115,217) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario re: Canada Pension Plan, 3,190; Group Insurance, 
1,126; Long Term Income Protection Plan, 2,323; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 2,468; 
Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 4,945; Ontario Hospital Plan, 2,275; Pubhc 
Service Superannuation Fund, 97,730; Unemployment Insurance, 1,160 115,217 

Travelling Expenses ($38,855) 

A. F. Webster and Son, 8,360 ; Accounts under $2,500, 30,495 38,855 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,259,197) 

A. E. LePage, Ltd., 90,201; D.C.F. Systems. Ltd., 126,005; Fleck Manufacturing (1959), 
Ltd., 31,667; Hedlin Menzies and Associates, Ltd., 16,667; Hickling- Johnston, Ltd., 
184,059; R. V. Hicks, Q.C., 11,913; Hopkins, Hedlin, Limited, 13,131; Kates, Peat, 
Marwick and Co., 68,277; Dr. P. A. Lapp, 20,957; McConnell, Stevenson and Kellogg, 
Ltd., 17,418; M. and M. Systems Research, Ltd., 16,990; Ontario Hydro, 14,668; Price 
Waterhouse Associates, 61,522; P. S. Ross and Partners. 143,548; Shannon Services, 
10,839; University of Western Ontario, 32,750; Urwick, Currie and Partners, Ltd., 
127,242; Ward Cornell, Limited, 12,932; Woods Gordon and Co., 14,640; Department of 

Civil Service, 20,590; Department of Public Works, 50,080; Accounts under $10,000, 

173,101 1,259,197 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($2,418) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Charles S. MacNaughton February 2. 1972 to March 31, 1972 2.418 

Total Expenditure, Management Board $3,080,055 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 87 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS 

Hon. Leo Bernier, Minister (Statutory, see below) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($4,736,315) 

D P Douglas Deputy Minister 34,577 

C. M. Barrett, 20,799; H. F. Davis, 27,184; S. A. Ferguson, 20,908; G. R. Guillet, 
23,497; D. F. Hewitt, 20,908; J. M. Hughes, 20,720; A. B. Jackson, 21,487; B. C. Lee, 
20,418; I. C. MacNabb, 21,446; E. G. Pye, 21,886; J. Satterly. 21,180; J. E. Thomson, 
44,584; Department of Civil Service, 39,457; Other salaries and wages, 4,377,264 4,736,315 

Employee Benefits ($327,848) 

Payments to Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 46,922; Group Insurance, 
4,697; Long Term Income Protection, 7,328; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 12,328; 
Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 37,316; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
212,751 ; Unemployment Insurance, 6,506 327,848 

Travelling Expenses ($205,760) 

Hon. Leo Bernier, 10,961 ; S. M. Altan, 3,916; T. J. Baker, 3,436; W. D. Brittain, 3,516; L. C. 
Brown, 2,906; G. E. Crewe, 2,933; D. P. Douglass, 2,836; W. Hendry, 4,137; W. A. 
Hoffman, 3,211; J. M. Hughes. 4,230; R. B. Hutt, 2,641; A. T Kirk, 2,987; C. Laramie, 
2,690; M. V. McKnight, 2,933; E. B. May, 2,952; A. R. Morpurgo, 2,764; W. J. 
Morris, 8,423; R. E. Murray, 3,101; J. M. Niels. 5,132; J. C. Smith, 2,628; J. A. 

Stocking, 3,615; G. E. Thomas, 4,013; H. Weeks, 3,753; Other accounts under 

$2,500, 1 16,046 205,760 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($6,566,0%) 

Abso Blue Prints, Ltd., 10,318; Barringer Research, Ltd., 29,394; Canadian Linotype Co., 
22,597; Canadian National Telecommunications, 20,261; Canadian Pacific Telecom- 
munications, 20,785; Cooper & Beatty. Ltd., 15,065; Culver Drilling Co., Ltd., 29,868; 
Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, 41,962; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 
15,815; Gorries National Leasing, Ltd., 46,786; Gunnex, Ltd., 14,439; Department of 
Transportation and Communications (Highways), 3,690,487; Hollinger Mines, 18,782; 
Hudson's Bay Co., 34,633; 24th International Geological Congress, 13,071; International 
Nickel Company of Canada, Ltd., 145,519; Keuffel & Esser of Canada, Ltd., 15,734; 
Department of Lands and Forests, 613,616; McConnell Advertising, Ltd., 17,112; 
Marshall Boston Iron Mines, Ltd., 14,065; Mattabi Mines, Ltd., 168.020; Minnesota 
Mining and Manufacturing of Canada, Ltd., 10,446; National Cash Register Co. of 
Canada, Ltd., 10,393; Noranda Mines, Ltd.. 67,500; Office Specialty, Ltd., 43,712; 
Paragon Industrial Photographic Reproductions, Ltd., 21,081; Pegasus Airlifts, 47,534; 
Department of Public Works, 251,759; W. Rose & Sons, 10,046; Royal Canadian 
Geological Society, 15,922; Silver Shields Mines, Inc., 25,000; D. M. Treadgold, 10,909; 
Tribag Mining, Co., Ltd., 12,911; University of Toronto Press, 20,273; White River 

Air Services, Ltd., 46,778; Xerox of Canada. Ltd., 18,653; Accounts under $10,000, 

954,850 ' 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 



6.566,096 



Hon. Leo Bernier 



15,000 



88 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS — Continued 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary ($437) 

Parliamentary Assistant 437 

Mine Rescue Stations 

The Mining Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 274, Sec. 171, Subs. 6 

Salaries : 

Sundry Employees 113,185 

Travelling Expenses; 

R. Eveson, 2,932; G. G. McPhail, 5,156; Accounts under $2,500, 6,380. 14,468 

Maintenance: 

Safety Supply Co., 18,020; Accounts under |10,000, 67,579; Less: 

Refunds re hving accommodation, 4,028; sale of handbooks, 854; sale of 

used equipment, 15 80,702 

Total i 208,355 

Less: Payments by Workmen's Compensation Board for 

Mining Industry 132,160 

Balance to be reimbursed 76,195 

Special Warrant 

Reimbursing Fano Mining and Exploration Incorporated 
which had a special claim against the Department ($1,400) 

Fano Mining and Exploration Inc 1,400 

Total Expenditure, Department of Mines and Northern 

Affairs $11,929,051 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 89 

DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 

Hon. Dalton A. Bales, Minister (Statutory, see page 90) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($31,128,233) 

W. H. Palmer Deputy Minister 41 ,596 

P. Hickey Assistant Deputy Minister 25,896 

A. H. Arrell, 28,870; E. R. Bailey, 23,217; R. D. Baxter, 23,969; J. W. Bell, 24,764; 

F. G. Blake, 29,407; J. L. Boivin, 20,224; T. G. Boyd, 23,166; A. S. Bronskill, 20,062; 

J. S. Brown, 20,787; A. T. Butler, 22,371; D S. Colbourne, 29,192; R. H. Craig, 

23,389; E. M. Fleming, 26,223; P. G. Gillis, 33,232; E. A. Gomme, 21,409; R. J. 

Guinn, 20,038; W. J. Hall, 20,112; A. E. Hazell, 21,028; A. J. Humber, 22,378; 

S. F. Huneault, 21,241; I. G. James, 20,112; D. Jamieson, 29,299; G. T. Johnston, 

23,039; J. A. Kennedy, 38,096; H. H. Lancaster, 28,870; J. B. Lawson, 34,453; J. W. 

Lettner, 23,433; A. N. Mackay, 22,950; C. J. Madgett, 22,867; J. K. McAully, 21,749; 

A. L. McCrae, 29,300; R. M. McGuire, 29,621; G. H. Meredith, 20,423; J. A. Mowat, 

20,038; M. C. Quinn, 20,737; A. W. Reeve. 25.360; E. J. Reynolds, 21,749; A. Ricard. 

23,215; N. H. Richardson. 21,471; W. Ritchie. 28.870; H. E. Roberts, 29,299; W. T. 

Shrives, 29,192; W. Shub. 29,192; W. P. Simpson, 23,522; B. E. Smith, 28,870; S. S. 

Speigel. 28.870; D. F. Taylor, 30.840; W. H. Thompson. 29.192; M. D. Trewin. 22,074; 

A. Van Every, 28,870; Other salaries and wages, 29,800,089 31,128,233 

Employee Benefits ($2,055,111) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 348,156; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, 1,225,188; Group Insurance, 29,305; Long Term Income Protection. 
39,855; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 237,823; Ontario Hospital Services 
Commission, 97,426; Unemployment Insurance, 66,441 2,044,194 

Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario 10.917 



2.055.111 



Travelling Expenses ($1,823,852) 



Hon. Dalton A. Bales, 2,936; Air Canada, 4,870; E. R. Bailey, 3,081; F. G. Blake, 2,826; 
J. F. Boyd, 3,168; T G. Boyd, 4,259; J. F. Brown, 3,877; D. S. Colbourne, 2,550; 
D. M. Coolican, 5,600; R. H. Craig, 4,727; W. Cybulski, 2,684; M. Fay, 3,134; E. M. 
Fleming, 2,501; P. G. Gillis, 4,569; E. Grove, 2,705; E. F. Hall, 2.931; C. E. Heal. 2.953; 

F. J. Hill. 3,182; S. F. Huneault, 3,042; W. M. Jelly, 3,656; A. H. Johnson. 4,404; 

G. T. Johnston. 3.006; R. J. Jones. 3.175; A. Kenyon. 3.187; N. Kimura. 4.769; 
C. Kumagai. 3,196; H. H. Lancaster. 3.196; J. Lettner, 4,523; S. Lyons. 2.684; C. J. 
Madgett, 3,218; L. Marechek, 3,200; W. B. Martin, 2,525; S. K. Melski, 4,448; G. H. 
Meredith, 3.750; B. P. Murphy, 2,813; T. G. Murphy, 4,066; Presidents Association Inc.. 
7,594; W. P. Simpson, 5,066; S. C. Somerville. 3,105; K. Sowa. 3,468; J. E. P. Spears, 
4.883; N. Swatman, 3,320; H. F. Tasker, 6,028; W. H. J. Thompson, 2,504; Tilden 
Rent-A-Car System, Ltd., 7,921; W. Tumasz, 2,589; C. R. Turnbull, 4,106; R. M. Veitch, 
3,492; R. W. L. Warner, 3,757; G. S. W. Wilkinson. 2.585; D. E. Willis. 4,404; Other 

accounts under $2,500. 1.633.619 1.823.852 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($5,891,394) 

Abso Blue Prints. Limited, 15,088; Addressograph Multigraph Canada, Limited, 33,428; 
Ainley and Associates, Limited, 13,152; American Motors (Canada), Limited, 55,288; 
Barnard Peter Associates, 28.000; Bell Canada, 354.304; Cambrian Stationers. Limited, 
110,023; Canadian General Electric Company, Limited, 52.164; Canadian Kodak Sales, 
Limited, 12,378; Canadian Pacific Express Company, 14,186; City of Hamilton, 61,326; 
Consolidated Computer, Limited, 52,924; County^ of Peel. 11.934; Croy-Roy Distributors, 



90 PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 



Limited, 11,346; Davis, Davis, Webb and Hollinrake, 14,330; Department of Civil 
Service. 92,712; Department of Justice, 72,692; Department of Public Works, 700,798; 
Department of Revenue, 21,834; Department of Transportation and Communications 
(Highways), 170,972; Department of Treasury and Economics, 272,171; Earl Berger, 
Limited, 34,338; Employers Overload Company, 29,859; Feigman and Chernos, 82,800; 
General Motors of Canada, 24,624; Gestetner (Canada), Limited, 24,561 ; Graham Verbatim 
Reporting, 10,817; Honeywell Control, Limited, 101,445; Honeywell, Wotherspoon, 
Lawrence, Diplock, Joyal and Hooper, 19,573; Hughes-Owens Company, Limited, 
31,410; I. B. M. Canada, Limited, 1,072,743; Inter-Royal Corporation, Limited, 32,644; 
Keuffel and Esser of Canada, Limited, 28,802; Martin Laird and Cowan, 11,583; M. P. 
Hofstetter, Limited, 10,337; Mono Lino Typesetting Company, 29,844; Murritt Business 
Machines, Limited, 13,575; Murritt Photofax, Limited, 63,278; Norman Wade Company, 
Limited, 31,863; Northern Telephone Company, Limited, 11,368; Office Overload 
Company, Limited, 55,779; Office Specialty Limited, 23,415; Olivetti Canada, Limited, 
150,133; T. J. Parsons, Limited, 12,836; Pitney Bowes Canada, Limited, 18,097; P. S. 
Ross and Partners, 54,539; Public Relations Services, Limited, 50,148; Q. S. Keypunch 
Service, 29,009; Realtime Corporation Limited, 12,843; Redi-Set Business Forms, 
Limited, 22,537; Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto, 172,891; Remington Rand 
Division, 11,560; S.C.M. Canada, Limited, 13,543; Scripto of Canada, Limited, 10,155; 
Shell Canada, Limited, 10,885; Source Data Control, Limited, 12,687; Thorn Press, 
N. A. MacEachern & Co., Ltd., 15,502; United Paper Mills, Limited, 16,801; Univac 
Division, 15,769; Welby Computer Services, Limited, 104,514; Woods Gordon and 

Company, 40,159; Xerox of Canada, Limited, 59,831; Accounts under $10,000, 

1,141,247 5,891,394 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($284,479,834) 

Ainley and Associates, Limited, 17,877; Bureau of Municipal Research, 25,000; Canadian 
Federation of Mayors and Municipalities, 20,311; Department of Transportation and 
Communications (Highways), 11,704; District Municipality of Muskoka, 25,000; G.A.P. 
Construction Company, Limited, 30,567; Hastings County Planning Board, 21,769; 
Hoey and McMillan, Limited, 55,601; James F. MacLaren, Limited, 10,078; Inter- 
national Association for Metropolitan Research & Development, 12,000; Moosonee 
Development Area Board, 210,500; Municipalities (detail shown on pages 92 to 139), 
277,870,925; Ontario Water Resources Commission, 80,204; Proctor and Redfern, 
Limited. 36,823; Ralph Snider, 27,446; Regional MunicipaHty of Niagara, 280,283; 
Regional Municipality of York, 1,176,106; Sault Ste. Marie Area Planning, 25,000; 
Sawchuck and Peach, 16,200; Versafood Services, Limited, 10,366; Town of Kapuskasing, 

33,755; Waterloo City Area Planning Board, 28,418; Grants and accounts under 

$10,000, 4,453.901 284,479,834 

Other ($471,188) 

Loans : 

Municipahties (detail shown on pages 92 to 139 471,188 

Statutory 
Minister's Salary ($12,007) 

Hon. Dalton A. Bales 12,007 

The Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton Act, 1968 ($34,880) 

Salaries : 

D. M. Coolican 34,880 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 91 



DEPARTMENT OF MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS — Continued 

The Regional Municipality of Niagara Act, 1968-69 ($19,932) 

Salaries 19,932 

The Whirlpool Rapids Bridge Act, 1967 ($36,000) 

City of Niagara Falls 36,000 

The Lewiston-Queenston Bridge Act, 1967 ($20,000) 

Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake 20,000 

The Regional Municipality of York Act, 1970 ($17,870) 

Salaries : 

Sundry persons 16,941 

Materials, Supplies, etc. : 

Accounts under $10,000 929 

The District Municipality of Muskoka Act ($217,065) 

Salaries : 

Sundry persons 16,603 

Grant : 

District Municipality of Muskoka 200,000 

Materials, Supplies, etc. : 

Accounts under $10.000 462 

Special Warrants 

Construction of three residential houses for 
Moosonee Development Area Board ($5,683) 

Moosonee Development Area Board 5,683 

Cost of Conveying prisoners between Quinte Regional Detention Centre 
and the Courts of Appropriate Jurisdiction ($64,044) 

City of Kingston, 23,328; Village of Tweed, 1,173; Town of Trenton, 14,391 ; Town of Picton, 

2,754; Town of Napanee, 447; City of Belleville, 21,789; Town of Deseronto, 162 64,044 

Provide Financial Assistance to victims of the flooding in 
the Townships of Balfour and Dowling ($10,052) 

Balfour-Dowling Flood Relief Fund 10,052 

Total Expenditure, Department of Municipal Affairs $326,287,145 



92 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



DEPARTMENT OF 
Details of Annual Subsidy, 



Municipality, 

School Board 

or Other 


The Municipal 

Unconditional 

Grants Act 


The 
Municipal 

Tax 
Assistance 

Act 


The 

Drainage 

Act 


The 
Municipal 
and School 
Tax Credit 
Assistance 

Act 


Per Capita 

(1) 


Indigent 
Hospital- 
ization 

(2) 


Payments 
in Lieu 
of Taxes 

(3) 


Drainage of 

Agricultural 

Land 

(4) 


Loans to 
Elderly 
Persons 

(5) 


Cities : 
Barrie 


$ 

155,098 
196,356 
354,882 
115,188 
192,984 
271,938 
218,592 
332,274 

1,916,837 
335,748 
651,576 

1,311,307 

68,000 

256,230 

119,166 

531,469 


$ 
6,467 


$ 

6,806 

21,538 

2,461 

871 

8,909 

2,549 

89 

3,044 

12,237 

35,683 

1,491 

19,005 

25,008 

23,900 

457 

1,722 

36,571 

12,120 

16,200 

5,260 

375 

3,622 

19 

9,037 

120,824 

14,143 

25,575 


$ 


$ 
899 


Belleville 




3 652 




34,079 
17,867 

8,218 
53.026 

9,940 




2.218 


Brockville 




3.430 


Chatham 


674 




Cornwall 




Gait 






Guelph 




1.025 


Hamilton 


186.941 

45,213 

22,932 

83,897 

57 

9,021 

6,132 

37,874 




5,992 


Kingston 






Kitchener 




6 063 






14,367 


Niagara Falls 




1,527 


North Bay 




9 871 


Orillia 




1 366 


Oshawa 




18,112 


Ottawa 




25,834 


Owen Sound 


106,166 

96,936 

334.662 

88.300 

27,400 

136.722 

326.874 

468,750 

137,334 

565,894 


6,547 




2,047 


Pembroke 




150 


Peterborough 


30,263 




3,114 


Port Colborne 


5,263 




St Catharines . . 




7 814 


St. Thomas 


4,838 
15,712 

37,347 
3,603 

17,777 






Sarnia 




6,887 


Sault Ste Marie 




7 674 


Stratford 






Sudbury 




877 








Thunder Bay 


642,438 


103,348 


68,393 
2,322,768 




6 353 


Toronto 




76,883 


Vanier 


45,000 

194,399 

10,400 

1,196.513 

143,738 








Waterloo 


2,662 






2,462 


Welland 


1,480 

21,847 

1,626 




544 


Windsor 


92,910 
6,634 




23 685 


Woodstock 




1,269 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



93 



MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS 
Grant and Loan Payments 



The 

Residential 
Property Tax 
Reduction Act 



Employment 
Incentive 
Program 



The 

Assessment 

Act 



Special 

Assistance to 

Municipahties 

for Conveyance 

of Prisoners 



The Provincial 

Parks 
Municipal Tax 
Assistance Act 



Total 



Basic 
Shelter Tax 
Exemption 



(6) 



(a) 



(b) 



(7) 



Tenant 
Occupied 
Provincial 
Taxes 
Mining 
Munici- 
palities 

(8) 



(9) 



Payments 
in Lieu 
of Taxes 



(10) 



(11) 



526,710 

634,375 

1,225,950 

346,535 

589,053 

807,689 

667,978 

1,180,630 

6,137,625 

1,214,347 

2,185,116 

4,727,476 

1,198,908 

782,204 

385,563 

1,890,310 

6,196,996 

376,074 

307,408 

1,112,352 

377,500 

2,280,574 

543,017 

1,132,545 

1,363,871 

475,710 

1.507.289 



1,760,382 
16,132,225 
406,857 
729,721 
801,223 
3,671,157 
468,808 



35 

63 
171 

69 

44 
101 

91 
145 
1,040 
308 
250 
829 
205 
155 

31 
536 
961 

48 

43 
243 
103 
188 

59 
123 
335 

62 
524 



,754 
,316 
,791 
,444 
,067 
,957 
,995 
,262 
,497 
,750 
,938 
,309 
,434 
,986 
,427 
,014 
,344 
176 
,696 
,141 
,184 
,932 
,079 
,462 
,105 
,879 
,012 



456, 
1,391, 

46, 
113, 
154, 
991, 

75, 



661 
637 
616 
492 
629 
588 
426 



(a) 
(a) 
(a) 



(a) 



(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 



(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 



(a) 



(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(b) 
(a) 
(a) 



3,475 
5,266 
1.715 



2,020 



80 

2,608 

520 

2,526 



4,994 
5,051 
7,176 
1,786 

274 



4,073 



3,545 

1,555 

437 

1,708 

175 

2,333 

2,639,605 

5,871 

342,267 



21,789 



23,328 



735,209 

946,292 
1,793,096 

553,335 

845,925 
1,237,159 

988,674 
1,664,843 
9,300,649 
1,965,595 
3,118,116 
6,990,355 
1,503,985 
1,244.388 

545,897 
3,015,775 
7,220,745 

551,130 

468,463 
1,728,792 

574,622 
2,511,887 

745,230 
1,614,954 
2,335,279 

693,844 

5,283,362 

3,043,446 

20,265,780 

498,473 
1,042,736 

968,276 
5,997,700 

697,501 



94 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Cities — Continued 

Regional Municipality of 
Metropolitan Toronto 


16,813,692 
4,042,994 
4,890,876 
2,012,651 


$ 

942,407 

100,572 

414,330 

30,783 

8,019 


$ 


$ 


$ 










Ottawa-Carleton 


2,283 






York 


























39,309,384 


2,339,416 


2,827,913 


5,937 


234,115 














Boroughs : 
Etobicoke 






221,385 

42,246 

2,117 

3,132 

313,912 




32 024 


Scarborough 








32 243 


York 








9 512 


York East 








23 046 


York North 








53 544 


















582,792 




150 369 












Towns : 

Acton 


24,429 
65,004 
15,591 
16,034 
17,993 
23,669 
29,846 
4,715 
22,812 
14,056 
17,024 
18,386 










Aj ax 










Alexandria 




736 






Alliston 








Almonte 




289 






Amherstburg 








Arnprior 










Aurora 




1,329 
1,317 




1 800 


Aylmer 








Belle River 








Blenheim 










Blind River 




5,779 














Bonfield 


3,145 

4,100 

46,431 

75,340 

14,994 

221,668 

2,510 
467,423 

3,645 
15,014 
17,406 
15,769 
24,200 
735 

8,315 
16,687 
11,276 
60,674 
24,006 
49,693 
14,958 
17,876 
29,258 




6 






Bothwell 








Bowman ville 




91 

10,538 

476 




556 


Bracebridge 


1,670 






Bradford 






Brampton 






300 


Bruce Mines 










Burlington 




21,446 




10 368 


Cache Bay 








Caledonia 




9 
137 






Campbellford 








Capreol 








Carleton Place 








150 


Charlton 










Chesley 










Clinton 











Cobalt 


1,088 


3,895 

251 

25,716 

38 






Cobourg 






Cochrane 






283 


Collingwood 








Coniston 








Copper Cliff 










Deep River 











PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



95 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



ii: 



2,434,773 

434,360 

591,406 

51,000 

126,323 



20,190,872 

4,577,926 

5,898,895 

2,094,434 

134,342 



64,144,178 



13,642,862 



(a) 399,455 

(b) 2,639,605 



45.117 



125,587,982 



7,125,246 
7,272,110 
3,250,742 
2,670,947 
12,303,047 



890,960 
602,449 
337,794 
474,242 
1,044,540 



(a) 
(a) 



38,901 
1,010 



(a) 



3,813 



8,308,516 
7,950,058 
3,600,165 
3,171,367 
13,718,856 



32,622,092 



3,349,985 



(a) 



43,724 



36,748,962 



78,489 

249,356 

52,694 

58,914 

56,593 

83,948 

104,083 

266,377 

83,611 

45,419 

57,237 

59,799 



13,716 
20.693 

5,332 

3,489 
12,988 
10,246 

8,130 
10,966 
10,023 
10,829 

6,506 
30,041 



(a) 



130 



6,221 


41,686 


16,925 


910 


165,224 


34,656 


160,822 


60,562 


58 417 




769,097 


47,260 


8,635 


2,727 


1,843,209 


100,100 


11,140 


19,996 


59,169 


3,489 


57,151 


1.717 


46,258 


9.275 


84,868 


18.077 


1 355 




30^926 


3.933 


57,510 


3,192 


36,443 


52,330 


185,547 


17,725 


68,519 


29,105 


178,239 


20,767 


40,671 


27,692 


46,527 




86,912 


32,994 



(a) 
(b) 



1,874 
42.220 



(a) 



1,049 



(a) 
(a) 



2,156 
2,213 



(a) 
(b) 
(b) 
(a) 
(b) 



2,678 

6,492 

4,990 

474 

30,959 



(b) 
(a) 
(a) 



100,976 

484 

2,369 



116,634 

335,053 

74,353 

78,437 

87,863 

117,863 

142,059 

285,317 

117.763 

70.304 

80,767 



158,099 

51,058 

21,935 

248,007 

308,932 

76,043 

1,040,538 

13,872 

2,445,224 

41,273 

82,671 

76,885 

102,261 

127,295 

2,090 

43,174 

77,389 

206,008 

264,681 

149,998 

248,737 

83,321 

64,403 

149.164 



96 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Towns — Continued 

Delhi 


$ 

19,406 
9,180 
12,005 
35,312 
95,122 
27,909 
11,975 
21,766 
8,950 
29,227 


$ 


$ 
25 


$ 


$ 
150 


Deseronto 


















Dryden 


3,551 


5,139 
6 

578 






Dundas 




4 664 


Dunnville 


























Englehart 


1,065 


605 
1,402 




















Essex . 


19,084 
16,412 
26,147 
10,970 
92,700 
51,574 
27,353 
91,672 
18,656 








150 
















127 




300 


Forest 








Fort Erie 




4,033 

15,527 

62 




1 089 


Fort Frances 








Gananoque 


3,691 






Georgetown 




300 


Geraldton 


1,646 


9,171 












Goderich 


34,823 
3,715 

68,849 
3,900 

23,817 








326 


Gore Bay 




1,087 
4,849 
1,986 
9,366 






Gravenhurst 








Grimsby 








Haileybury 


2,291 












Hanover 


23,683 

8,665 

9,705 

50,478 

16,728 

30,901 

92,448 

39,566 

39,798 

72,548 

1,580 

10,654 

11,128 

63,911 

14,295 

19,349 

2,675 

52,136 

15,428 

61,100 

68,005 

22,930 

7,175 

16,162 

421,240 

6,565 

16,029 

19,630 

62,940 

33,550 

805,389 

11,919 










Harriston 




2,043 






Harrow 








Hawkesbury 




1,110 
6,089 
1,391 
7,371 






Hearst 








Hespeler 








Huntsville 






328 


Ingersoll 


2,693 






Iroquois Falls 


1,177 
5,022 






Kapuskasing 








Kearney 








Keewatin 


686 








Kemptville 


8 

27,319 

97 






Kenora 


3,554 






Kincardine 






Kingsville 




548 


300 


Latchford 


154 


21 




Leamington 






Levack 










Lincoln 




1,355 

30,021 

1,088 

1,494 




600 


Lindsay 






342 


Listowel 








Little Current 


381 






Lively 






Markham 




38 
327 
482 
1,215 
185 
441 
49,583 




2 700 


Massey 








Mattawa 






150 


Meaford 






206 


Midland 






63 


Milton 






363 


Mississauga 






11 214 


Mitchell 









PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



97 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



78,797 

36,049 

46,174 

110,464 

346,036 

102,494 

43,531 

83,037 

25,401 

73,751 



62,121 

65,121 
107,315 

40,433 
603,460 
167,998 

86,918 
292,456 

61,555 



119,277 

16,022 

224,087 

293,936 

73,802 



91,722 

39,901 

32,285 

123,437 

57,438 

117,916 

210,128 

136,328 

97,704 

171,543 

8,624 

43,272 

44,887 

180,126 

63,486 

77,646 

5,518 

175,453 

39,165 

247,598 

223,844 

87,247 

24,998 

57,331 

791,187 

13,566 

53,433 

85,293 

194,034 

123,548 

3,346,599 

50,859 



9,988 

1,397 

2,246 

19,720 

28,974 

14,502 

1,390 

8,538 

4,346 

8,851 



41,522 

5,183 

6,818 

1,607 

39,045 

30,398 

17,443 

28,105 

11,297 



14,790 
750 
42,121 
27,850 
12,980 



8,172 



2,143 

66,614 

3,696 

9,657 

70,075 

10,543 

14,829 

45,901 

2,529 

5,924 

15,690 

17,556 

4,657 

8,768 

1,644 

24,898 

63,744 

33,622 

17,784 

27,000 

6.387 



41,512 
56,441 
31,515 

7,614 
12,249 

3,613 
171,841 



(a) 



(a) 
(a) 
(b) 
(a) 



(a) 



(a) 
(b) 
(b) 



(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(b) 



(a) 



(a) 
(a) 



(a) 



(b) 



(b) 
(a) 



(a) 
(b) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 



1,028 



518 

1,874 

11,866 

1.311 



2.038 



660 
52,725 
82,711 



1,904 

4,196 

3,925 

73,970 



2.398 



5,455 
4.355 



8.395 



5,406 



108,134 
3,573 



775 

174,978 

1,783 

169 

309 



(a) 


525 


(a) 


2,669 


(a) 


4,721 



162 



3,948 



108,366 

46,788 

60,425 

175,214 

474,802 

145,483 

56,896 

113,341 

40,885 



126,971 
124,188 

86,716 
140,707 

53,010 
740,327 
267,535 
135,467 
412.533 



155,710 
251,927 
21,574 
341,810 
331,868 



200,151 
123,577 

50,609 

44,133 
241,639 

86,349 
159.865 
384,298 
189,130 
158,963 
299,369 

12,733 

60,536 

71,713 
300,861 

82,535 
106,611 

15,418 
252,487 
226,471 
347,848 
339,996 
138,265 

41,210 

248,471 

1,258,460 

77,068 
101,918 
113,958 
269,996 
164,184 
4,389.347 

62.778 



98 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Towns — Continued 


$ 

14,351 

23,246 

14,362 

27,431 

45,138 

10,000 

327,129 

41,888 

8,065 

32,624 

5,410 

30,529 

62,400 

26,376 

28.985 

19,905 

25,306 

46,572 

16,284 

12,777 

47,152 

5,305 

27,174 

81,941 

5,745 

50,638 

14,625 

13,648 

17,590 

23,955 

11,082 

57,977 

13,586 

54,027 

5,955 

8,795 

9,325 

39,837 

32,734 

30,707 

33,254 

25,102 

8,440 

5,670 

255,800 

17,872 

34,085 

167.391 


$ 


$ 

3,364 

884 

7 

10,306 

2,787 

4,612 

7,462 

994 


$ 


1 


Napanee 

New Hamburg 

Npw T I'^WparH 














273 


















375 


Oakville 






13 238 


Orangeville 














Paris 




1,088 






Parkhill 









Parry Sound 

Pelham 




12,530 

(30) 












Penetanguishene 

Perth 








6,116 






Petrolia 








Picton 




3,006 




238 


Port Credit 






1 650 


Port Dover 




125 






Port Elgin 

Port Hope 






92 




8,886 
1,605 
859 
2.182 
3,608 












Prescott 


2.318 






Preston 






Rainy River 

Renfrew 














Richmond Hill 




2,333 




5 874 


Ridgetown 

Rockland 
















St. Mary's 

Seaforth 


824 


213 

248 

2,570 

7,945 

74 

556 

13 

357 

27 




284 


2,815 




Simcoe 






Sioux Lookout 


3.612 
3,046 






Smiths Falls 






Smooth Rock Falls 






Southampton 

Stayner 














Stoney Creek 






150 


Strathroy 

Streetsville 
















Sturgeon Falls 




1,131 
38 

1,243 
10 

1,699 






Tecumseh 








Thessalon 








Thornbury 

Thorold 












677 


Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Timmins 










475 






25,787 




150 










Trenton 


79,040 

2,745 

14,647 

8,240 

160,086 

21,828 

61,285 

12,114 

2,895 

133,722 










Trout Creek 










Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 


















Vaughan 




6,330 

2,272 




5,049 


Walkerton 








Wallaceburg 

Waterford 






150 










Webbwood 










Whitby 




14,735 




2,137 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



99 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



51,301 
81,497 
56,147 
81,808 

376.266 

238,283 
,293,485 

156,101 
51,804 

113,267 
21,372 

173,878 

177,914 
92,484 
96.432 
89,674 
91,636 

230,084 
66,060 
62,388 

170,827 
14,062 
77,795 

302,033 
24,095 

142,179 

706,311 
50,377 
60,821 
81,516 
35.554 

201,747 
57,274 

158,045 
17,663 
60,410 
34,939 

169,785 

112,444 

117,166 
93,319 
81,686 
28,491 
24,335 

244,479 
68,250 

131,824 

406,142 

236,770 
5,807 

59,991 

25,696 
348,655 

73.194 
192,072 

43,009 

6,190 

480,712 



4,998 

9,927 

1,811 

5,182 

30,547 

29,267 

147,846 

24,764 

1,065 

10,282 

12,552 

31,789 

21,599 

23,583 

19,230 

10,720 

13,657 

33,433 

5,362 

4,954 

52,810 

1.581 

12.451 

36,697 

4,324 

41,068 

49,537 

9.790 

4,524 

3.000 

233 

46.857 

35.747 

37.329 

751 

30,027 

12.350 

17.838 

8.711 

25,756 

23,144 

10,856 

11,862 

4,701 

31,304 

8,838 

10,397 

169,200 



82.016 
24.158 



4,221 

36,698 

14,794 

13,113 

6.059 

3,309 

111.212 



1.298 





(a) 


2.739 




(a) 
(a) 


3,209 
1,157 






(a) 


528 


(a) 


5,044 




(a) 


447 








(a) 


376 


(a) 


585 


(b) 
(a) 
(a) 


33,776 
248 
578 






(a) 
(a) 


1,237 
3,077 


(a) 


644 


(a) 


1,479 






(a) 


731 


(a) 


505 


(a) 


371 


(a) 
(a) 
(b) 


287 

1,560 

748,690 








(a) 


831 









447 



2,754 



14,391 



(a) 



5,320 



75,312 
116,001 

72,327 
127,739 
454,738 
282,537 
1,792.369 
224.904 

60.934 
157,261 

39,334 
249,254 
261,883 
147,487 
150.763 
120.299 
137.044 
311.739 

87,831 

80,211 
279,675 

22,929 
120,597 
423,438 

37,772 
267,661 
778.928 

74,393 

82,935 
109,792 

49,932 
310,388 
121,241 
252,521 

25,569 

99,245 

58,450 
227,637 
153,889 
173,629 
151,579 
117,682 

50,541 

34,716 
534,330 

94,960 
177,068 



1,518,920 

412,217 

32,710 

74,638 

38,157 

557,649 

112,088 

266,620 

61,182 

12,394 

747,838 



100 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Towns — Continued 

Whitchurch Stouffville 


$ 

3,269 
10,312 
15.111 


$ 


$ 

3,039 
591 


$ 


150 










Wine^ham 




















6.747,000 


58,330 


380,183 


3,363 


66,916 














Villages : 

Ailsa Craig 

Alfred 


2,700 
5.550 
3.250 
2.270 
6.210 
4,985 
6,070 

10.975 
6.940 
3.790 
2.505 
2.655 
5.035 
6.210 
4.990 
3.750 
3.750 
3,995 
6,255 

13,020 
2,650 

11.715 

15.071 
4.260 
4.320 
4.395 
5.150 
9,737 
5,775 
5,155 
5,430 
1.975 
6.290 
2.575 
4.510 
7.800 
3.485 
3.995 
3.170 
4.685 
1.065 
3.675 
5,170 
3,990 
7.390 
5,155 
9,100 
3,360 
2,520 


















Alvinston 




364 














Arthur 




859 






Athens 








Ayr 

Bancroft 












15,728 






Barry's Bay 

Bath 










313 






Bayfield 

Beacljburg 

Beach ville 
























Beaverton 




39 














Belmont 










Bloomfield 










Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 












246 
229 












Braeside 








Bridgeport 

Brighton 

Brussels 












4,314 












Burk's Falls 




210 






Caledon East 








Cannington 

Cardinal 


















Casselman 










Cayuga 

Chalk River 




6,107 












Chatsworth 










Chesterville 










Clifford 










Cobden 










Colborne 




241 






Coldwater 








Cookstown 










Court right 

Creemore . 


















Deloro 










Drayton 

Dundalk . . . 


















Dutton 










Eganville 

Elmvale 




19 












Elora 










Embro 






6,451 




Erieau 









PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



101 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



244,786 
45,470 
54,001 



23,318 

15,870 

2,850 



(a) 



117 



274,679 
72,243 
71,962 



24.484.459 



3,319,500 



(a) 98,376 

(b) 1,477,893 



17,754 



3.948 



36,657,722 



9,302 
15,201 
11,971 

7,210 
22,624 
15,657 
19,721 
40,185 
22,681 
14,637 
17,176 

9,076 
13,355 
29,225 
16,512 
10.164 
10,215 
13,400 
32,868 
64.567 

5,213 
36,052 
45,692 
15,432 
11,312 
15,069 
20,770 
27.066 
22,378 
22,227 
11,880 

5,863 
24,075 
12,916 
14,086 
30,185 
12.826 
14,209 
10,644 
14,061 

2,428 
19,056 
18,646 
15,685 
15,172 
19,043 
40,009 
10 626 
12.521 



909 

2.383 
490 



3,464 


2,052 


1.317 


12,748 


1.504 


3,853 


1.275 


1,854 


8,250 


1.872 


29,537 


4,798 


5,124 


4,849 


904 


6,800 


580 


32,499 


1,518 


2,367 


2,076 


2,129 


449 


2,461 


1,242 


2,975 


6,397 


971 


1,169 


2,816 


1,438 


1,283 


1,522 


1.478 


744 


2.975 


915 



(a) 



1.803 



(b) 



2.742 



(a) 



450 



(a) 



2.380 



(b) 



2,925 



(b) 



2,244 



1,396 



12,911 
23.134 
16,075 

9.480 
33.157 
20.642 
27.843 
70,008 
42,369 
20,244 
23,534 
15,748 
20,244 
43,724 
23.374 
13,914 
13,965 
17,395 
68,906 
82,614 

7,863 
52,891 
69,926 
20,596 
23,092 
20,044 
58,419 
38,321 
30,520 
37,945 
19.439 

8,287 
32,826 
16,733 
24,496 
44,623 
17,282 
19,373 
16,630 
20,184 

7,020 
22,731 
25,338 
21,153 
23,325 
27,173 
50,024 
20,437 
16.437 



102 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Villages — Continued 
Erie Beach 


$ 

1,100 
6,797 
7,020 
1,920 
2,755 
9.115 
6.380 
3,955 
4,290 

11,244 
4,360 
6,120 
4,605 
1,780 
2,105 
1,165 
4,090 
5,650 
4,372 
4,125 

11,434 
4,785 
2.995 
2,025 
6,190 
5,615 
5,480 
6,885 
960 
5.725 
6,655 
3,855 
4,555 
4,715 
4,575 
5,515 
9,690 
2,820 
1,525 
3,070 
1,705 
8,905 
8,355 
5,465 
2.830 
4,285 
3.715 

11,791 

11,144 
4.505 

14,805 
3,375 
6.955 

14.780 
4,205 
7,440 


1 


$ 


$ 


$ 


Erin 




21 




172 










Finch 














1,136 






Prp n Iff nrH 




























Crranci Vallpv 




20 






l-lap'prsvillp 








Hastings 




1,484 
8 














Hensall 








T-Tpownrtli 




8 






Highgate 

Hilton Beach 




















224 

741 






Iroquois 








Tarvis 


















Lakefield 










Lanark 










Lancaster 




1,321 






Lion's Head 








L'Orignal 

Lucan 


















Lucknow 










Madoc 




3 






Magnetawan 

Markdale 














150 


Marmora 










Maxville 










Merrickville 








123 


Mildmay 

Millbrook 




16 












Milverton 










Morrisburg 










Neustadt 










Newboro 










Newburgh 

Newbury 














658 




Newcastle 




70 
258 

7 




Norwich 








Norwood 








Oil Springs 








Omemee 




6 






Paisley 








Petawawa 










Pickering 




117 






Plantagenet 








Point Edward 




936 




295 


Port Burwell 








Port McNicoll 










Port Perry 










Port Rowan 










Port Stanley 




51 






Richmond 




405 




Ripley 


2.055 
16.000 








Rockcliffe Park 








300 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



103 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



5,849 
21,031 


800 


32,078 




6,175 


1,253 


9,976 


369 


30,569 


1.130 


24,281 


82.192 


33,321 


750 


18,942 


1,568 


40,470 


2,768 


17,465 


1.079 


25 469 




13,806 


1,143 


4,080 


196 


5 681 




5.129 


1.774 


14,318 


2.951 


19,172 


3.979 


16 778 




1 1 ,653 


7.919 


34,772 


3.850 


10,372 


3.507 


10,158 


7.394 


9,844 


15,350 


17,981 


4.219 


19,130 


348 


19 430 




24 736 




8,634 


2.000 


23 397 




20.917 


3.646 


15,155 


1,750 


17,900 


4,324 


13,561 


750 


16,568 


1,719 


21.646 


750 


39,368 


5,728 


8,134 


364 


5,762 


1 ,026 


7.856 


1.136 


5,643 


804 


27,605 


6,824 


34.377 


2,679 


22,333 


8,601 


9,016 


2,241 


12,863 


1 .556 


13.878 


2.141 


58,693 


4.854 


48,700 


2,951 


12,928 


15.384 


47 283 




12,974 


3.511 


28,123 


1,972 


51,817 


4.420 


12.660 


1.882 


40.270 


16.106 


35.511 


2.167 


8,081 


246 


41.279 





(b) 



5.980 



(b) 



6.522 



(b) 



18.900 



998 



6,949 

28,821 
39,098 
9,348 
14,236 
40,814 
12,853 
38,026 
24,820 
60,462 
24,388 
31,597 
19,554 
6.064 
7,786 
8,068 
21,583 
29,542 
21,150 
23,697 
50,056 
18,664 
21,868 
27.219 
28.390 
25.093 
24,910 
38,146 
11.594 
29,272 
50,118 
20.760 
26,902 
19,042 
22.862 
27,911 
54.786 
11.318 
8,313 
12,062 
8,810 
43,404 
45,669 
36.406 
14.087 
18,710 
19,734 
75,338 
62,912 
32.817 
63.319 
20,858 
37,050 
71,017 
18,747 
63,867 
38,083 
10,382 
57,579 



104 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Villages — Continued 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

St riair Beach 


5,450 
1,155 
9,825 
2,895 
1,855 
7,430 
4,695 
2,605 
6,770 

12,000 
110 
3,570 
3,200 
6,210 
4,680 
5,225 
3,445 
785 
1,940 
6,535 
8,735 
5,570 
2,075 
1,530 
7,400 

11,271 
6,905 
3,776 
4,840 
4,945 
3,080 
7,735 
7,940 
2,315 
5,840 
3,685 


$ 


$ 


% 


$ 


















St T<;adnrp He Presrott 










Shallow T ake 










Shelburne 

Sr»nfVi T?i\7Pr 


















Sr»ri n Of fi pi H 










Stirling 

Stittsville 












29 




439 


Sturgeon Point 

Sundridge 

Tara 










80 












TaviQf nplr 










TppQwa fpr 










Thamesville 










Thedford 




















Ti vprton 




303 


















438 






Victoria Harbour 








Vienna . . 










Wardsville 










Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 




15 












Watford 










Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 




















20,846 
403 






Westport 

Wheatley 












• 


Winchester 




1,269 






Woodville 








Wyoming 




54 






Zurich 




















760,827 




58,533 


7,514 


1,479 




















Townships : 

Adelaide 


9,165 

10,705 

6,440 

2,600 

4,525 

2,965 

3,210 

21,920 

15,290 

8,855 

2,755 

1,605 

11,817 

3,380 

8,925 

9,390 




598 
44 


13,904 




Adjala 

Admaston 








7,206 




Adolphustown 

Airy 

Albemarle 










193 
13 
236 
579 
144 
167 
22 












Alberton 








Albion 








Aldborough 

Alfred 










8,283 




Algona, North 




Algona, South 

Alice and Fraser 










339 
661 
803 
473 






Alnwick 








Amabel 




8,866 
33,392 




Amaranth 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



105 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 
19,925 


$ 

2,209 
7,969 
4,131 
897 
949 
1,359 
2,662 
2,012 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 
27 584 


4 993 








14 117 


37 590 








51 546 


10 230 








14 022 


4 505 








7,309 


48 060 








56 849 


12 040 


(a) 


129 






19 526 


7 327 






11,944 


24 517 








31,287 


30 103 


9.139 








51 710 


5,042 








5,152 


10 875 


7,225 

442 

3,283 

1,874 








21,750 


10 176 








13,818 


24 371 








33 864 


13 040 








19 594 


16 311 








21,536 


12 009 










15,454 


1,309 


4,728 
162 
2,260 
1,366 
2,816 
3,029 
1,124 
1,479 
750 
2,730 








6 822 


6 448 








8 853 


31 235 








40,030 


29 713 


(a) 


659 


1.173 




42,084 


28 380 




36,766 


5,700 
5 797 








10 804 








8,451 


108 301 


(a) 


250 




485 


117,930 


43,401 
28 666 




55,422 








38,301 


12,444 
17 545 








16,220 


1.559 








23,944 


16 280 








42,071 


10 940 




(a) 


356 






14,779 


24 491 


1.025 
840 






33,251 


28 131 








38,180 


7,788 
21,013 
12 807 








10.103 


2,624 
4,132 








29,531 








20,624 












2,877,990 


486,229 


(a) 
(b) 


6,027 
39,313 


1,173 


1,483 




4,240,568 










32,951 
46,893 
15,546 
19,159 
8,295 
4.9 4-7^ 


4,026 
2,255 
6,003 
1,110 








60,644 








59,897 








35,195 








22,869 


(a) 


162 






13,175 


396 
4,814 
5,235 
8,937 
5,379 
6.183 
2,107 
17,066 
1,573 
4,762 






45,847 


5,623 
81 895 








13,883 








109,629 


60,449 
26,573 
14 291 


(a) 


1,022 






85,842 






49,257 








23,251 


7,727 

29,144 

30,121 

138,734 

36,090 








11,439 








58,366 









35,735 


(a) 


166 




250 


162,506 




79,345 



106 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Townships — Continued 
Ameliasbureh 


$ 

20,471 

1,890 

83,188 

21,706 

10,236 

3,885 

6,920 

6,795 

8,440 

8,340 

8,230 

7,160 

3,555 

5,770 

33,527 


$ 


$ 

84 


$ 


$ 














2,143 




2 110 


AnHprHon 




8,899 


52 






848 

72 

6 

670 

53 

405 

3,628 

696 

451 


547 










Armstrong 


250 






Arran 


3,687 


















Ashfield 




35,828 




A^nliorlpl 








179 


9,359 




Athol 




Atikokan 




5.012 




242 












1,795 

27,426 
6,260 
2,780 

38,351 

3,725 

2,165 

590 

11,429 
8,880 

19,564 
7,295 
3,785 
9,045 










Augusta 




60 
168 
808 
645 

38 
335 






Bagot and Blythfield 








Baldwin 








Balfour 








Bangor, Wicklow and McClure . . . . 
Barrie 














Barrie Island . . . . 




11,132 




Bastard and Burgess South 

Bathurst 




45 

511 

1,747 

1,144 






97,742 
24,183 
36,017 




Bayham 






Beckwith 






Bedford 






Belmont and Methuen 




8 












Bentinck 


11,905 
31,290 

3,005 
10,251 

2,005 
18,788 
18,273 

6,986 

9,585 

22,970 

635 

4,425 

14,953 

15,713 

46,468 

1,290 

12,526 

15,892 

6,590 

10,649 

1,410 

6,000 

4,535 

29,489 

2,475 

4,730 

1,285 




675 

255 

337 

4,402 






Beverly 








Bexley 








Biddulph 




53,410 




Billings 






Binbrook 




327 
3,540 

175 

11,648 

168 

13 






Black River — Matheson 












25,752 

35,861 

24,555 

1,445 




Rlan<iharrl 






Blenheim 






Blue 






Bonfield 






Rrmanniipf 




1,069 


18,230 




Brant 










205 














Brie'hton 




168 

302 

5,838 

925 

8 






Brock 












21,425 
17,795 




Brooke 




















RniHpnpll and T vnHnrVi 




12 
2,390 






Burford 




25,659 
1,880 










Burleiffh and Anstruther 




534 
6,605 




Burpee 




4,450 





PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



107 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


75,508 


$ 

2,697 
1,684 

55,243 
9,412 

41.798 

10,700 
5,688 
2,310 
7,824 
2,026 
2.291 

10.121 
2,520 
5,166 

35,976 


$ 


$ 


$ 


98,760 

12,629 

427,686 

115 117 


9,055 








283,416 


(a) 


1,586 






75,048 






87,288 


(a) 


945 






141,662 
35,825 
27,500 
42.689 
67,889 
39,289 
92 861 


21,168 






14,636 








29,227 








51,492 


(a) 


80 






28,518 






42,884 








32,524 


(a) 


96 






50 597 


16,731 






32 795 


16,068 






900 


27,904 


118,610 


(a) 
(b) 


1,481 
504,563 










699,411 
6 395 


2,813 


1787 

9,370 

52,035 
4,494 

49,060 

21,461 

2,733 

750 

11,194 
3,587 

10.198 
1,475 
1,532 

37,885 

9,763 
9,720 
2,000 
1,261 
12,581 
3,864 
9,017 






71,522 








108,378 
108 463 


50.000 








3.759 


(a) 
(b) 


158 
239,490 






11,999 
442 016 


114.470 






38,136 




310 

5,270 


63 670 


32,306 


(a) 


638 




43 447 


2 212 




14.684 
74 224 


51 556 








26,832 








137 552 


70.010 








125 702 


39,709 








85 640 


44,121 








49,438 


91,310 


(a) 
(b) 


320 
9.561 














148 129 


41,639 






63 982 


89,549 








130,814 


35,523 






2,434 


43,299 


39 528 






108 852 


8 665 








23 251 


66.767 








89.746 


40 600 


(a) 
(b) 


319 
39,533 














HI 282 


25 041 


2,180 
5,000 
9,492 
2,997 
6,166 






60.134 


36 820 








98,914 


84 180 


(a) 


2,309 






143 674 


1 182 






6,272 


11 885 






100 
11,150 


22.567 


108 523 






153,925 


48,523 

181,087 

1 943 


6,422 

16,187 

1,105 

8.517 

35.509 

3,961 

2,645 

9,775 

280 

1,935 

19,114 

826 

3,493 






70,658 


(a) 


3,094 






247,041 






4,338 


35 154 


(a) 


172 




3,472 


60,009 


60.277 
15 977 




111,980 








53,791 


41,473 

5,858 

33,095 

10,715 

100 928 








73,487 








17,051 






1,538 


40,913 






17,197 








177,580 


25,586 

55.190 

4,365 








30,767 


(a) 


123 






64,070 






16,705 



108 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Townships — Continued 

Caldwell 


8,675 

23,858 

6,505 

2,590 

12,102 

12,541 

16,539 

6,315 

26,261 

1,670 

2,290 

1,985 

1,740 

4,670 

13,066 

10,470 

3,020 

5,795 

12,572 

7,700 

3,185 

1,885 

1,835 

19,242 

1,630 

5,505 

26,849 

32,387 

35,989 

167,618 

4,135 

1,470 

20,604 

2,525 

27,515 

71 

6,285 

13,510 

23,037 

3,705 

11,149 

1,610 

22,812 

7,835 


$ 


$ 

3,218 
1.474 


$ 
64,825 


$ 


Caledon 










40,707 




Ca.lvin 




390 

40 

620 




Cambridge 




39,925 

18,243 

770 










CamdpD F'pi'^t 






Canborouffh 




188 

5,323 

19 








63,996 










Cardiff 








Carling 




442 
















13 








Carrick 


4,557 
17 


3,416 




Cartwrieht 














Casimir, Jennings and Appleby . . . 
Cavan 












22 
484 






Cayuga North 
















Chamberlain 


67 








Chandos 


9 

8,360 

8 

981 

239 






Chapleau 








Chapman 








Chappie 








Charlottenburgh 








Charlotteville 








Chatham 




2,812 
2,060 


78,668 
2.302 




Chinguacousy 






Chisholm 






Christie 




220 
319 
360 
245 






Clarence 




10,686 




Clarendon and Miller 






Clarke 






203 


Cockburn Island 








Colborne 




1,726 

12 

474 

294 

68 

28 

7.287 


1,450 

2,986 

28,952 




Colchester North 






Colchester South 






Coleman 


1,640 




Collingwood 






Conmee ... 


145 






Cornwall 


4,409 




Cosby, Mason and Martland 














Cramahe 


11,138 
3,075 
6,530 
8,«80 




259 
22 
88 






Crosby, North 








Crosby, South 








Culross 




15,195 
16,873 




Cumberland 




1,128 
26 




Dack 


2,290 
3,985 
1,050 
1,335 

56,175 
9,165 
1,245 

10,384 
3.225 


103 




Dalhousie and North Sherbrooke 






Dalton 




18 

6 

736 

357 






Darling 








Darlington . . 








Dawn 




23,393 




Day and Bright Additional 

Delaware 








10,362 
256 


7,427 




Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



109 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 
20,257 


1 

14,005 
3,079 
4,514 
612 
5,598 
1,425 

25,059 

6,002 

9,820 

2,921 

750 

29,325 
6,015 


(b) 


$ 
17,730 


$ 


$ 


128 710 


90,804 






119,215 

72 129 


20,403 








5,241 






5,116 


13,949 
91 698 


34 033 






50,649 








83 478 


50,486 








92,854 
33 366 


20,861 








90 671 








196,071 
28 208 


23 598 








31,862 








34 902 


34,556 






6,022 


72 330 


7,992 






15 747 


19611 








24 294 


38 451 


6,635 








66 125 


54,184 








64 671 


4 096 


1,773 
2,900 
4,617 
7,761 








8 889 


21,241 


(b) 
(a) 


11,906 
1,153 






41 842 


40,956 






59 320 


27 196 






43 141 


14 768 








17,953 

7 847 


3,371 


2,524 

9,775 

2,577 

12,291 

2.350 

13,411 

11,010 

14,250 

156.422 

6,262 

750 

4,478 

2.250 

7,168 

7,224 

3,044 

6,606 

11,283 

3,840 

2,677 

1,750 

6,330 

30,121 









37,294 








48 913 


86,507 


(a) 


5,120 






121 806 


11 904 






25 833 


9 104 








17 940 


106,112 








146 611 


121,005 






1,864 


166,266 


141 480 






273 199 


566 416 








894 818 


10,980 








21,377 


13,826 









16,266 


76,711 


(a) 
(a) 
(a) 


228 
647 
826 






113,026 


22 708 






28 490 


97 789 






133,746 


934 






8,229 


25 998 






1,410 


39 913 


42 446 


(a) 


626 




66,186 


98 317 






162,063 


7 760 


(b) 


16,962 






34,201 


88 414 




552 


102,860 


5 808 






9,341 


62 350 








103,188 


29,866 


(a) 
(b) 


38 
10,789 












78,649 


37 101 


9,948 

632 

1,714 






58,446 


21 886 








25,615 


30 912 








39,244 


28 737 








52,812 


127 761 


20,903 
1,741 

10,609 
4,590 
3,509 

13,182 
1,694 
8,893 
2,532 
8,150 








166,665 


3 877 






980 


9,017 


19 051 






33,645 


5,982 
10 830 








11,640 








15,680 


167 369 


(a) 


321 




890 


238,673 


34,856 
11 957 




69,465 


■■■•■:: 






22,095 


36,319 
24,966 


(a) 


77 






67,101 






36,597 



no 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Townships — Continued 
Derby 


$ 

10,934 

26,975 

1,375 

33,227 

7,330 

2,470 

16,847 

22,644 

13,928 

12,301 

7,500 

11,169 

18,850 

19,737 

7,380 

4,505 

5,980 

11,302 

4,765 

14,749 

10,618 

8,585 

4,290 

19,510 

9,400 

8,960 

5,970 

7.960 

28,487 

13,694 

47,308 


$ 


$ 

208 

510 

8 

1,381 


$ 


$ 


Dereham 




35,059 




Dilke 






Dorchester North 




37,372 
19,589 




Dorchester South 






Dorion 


158 


40 

4 

861 

24 
569 
474 










Dover 




47,810 




Dowling 










20,368 
9,665 




Drummond 






Drury, Denison and Graham 








1,137 
135 






Dumfries South 




32,855 




Dummer 






Dungannon 




83 














Dunwich 




3,225 

127 

859 

65 

77 


26,674 




Dymond . . 


362 




Dysart et al 






Easthope North 




23.894 
14,626 




Easthope, South 






Eastnor 






Edwardsburgh 




1.508 


584 




Egremont 






Ekfrid 




5,011 


70,353 




Elderslie 






Eldon 




717 
1,336 
3,247 
2,206 






Elizabethtown 








Ellice 




21,965 




Elliot Lake 














Elma 


17,962 

6,660 

6,475 

3,145 

10,919 

5,455 

14,994 

6,120 

16,269 

19,581 

40,798 

5,000 

45,189 

32,172 

6,275 

7,735 

3,800 

6,830 

5,500 

7,040 

12,827 

11,761 

4,745 

11,557 

5,000 

28,739 

41,622 






28,161 




Elmsley North 




29 

417 

7 

41 




Elmsley, South 








Elzevir and Grimsthorpe 








Emily 








Emo 








Enniskillen 




3,365 


31,089 




Ennismore 






Eramosa 




279 
643 

2,156 

499 

339 

76 

2,539 


4,444 




Erin 






Ernestown 








Escott Front of 








Esquesing 








Essa 








Euphemia 




11,336 




Euphrasia 






Evanturel 


7 


1,730 






Falconbridge 






Faraday 




23 






Fauquier 








Fenelon 




77 

226 

508 

1.414 

53 
416 
107 






Ferris, East 








Field 








Finch 




10,132 
13,961 




Fitzroy 






Flamborough, East 






Flamborough, West 






539 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



111 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 
35 622 


5.653 
5.060 
1.811 
7,436 
2,096 
2,050 

27.672 
1.278 
4.585 
3.610 
1,740 
4,116 

10,708 


(a) 


$ 

71 


$ 


$ 


$ 
52 488 


91 293 






158 897 


1,763 








4 957 


100 836 








180 252 


26 637 








55 652 


5 673 


(a) 


230 






10 621 


48,674 






93 197 


95 520 








168 113 


47 985 


(b) 


70.918 




886 


138 326 


43 644 




80 492 


34,743 








54 122 


28 596 


(b) 
(a) 


62,003 
863 






105 884 


67 819 






99 377 


67 598 






120 325 


51 561 


6.228 
2.550 
2.748 
4.269 
2.816 

31,041 
3.063 
2.125 
1.794 

21.957 
3,394 
2,043 
1,539 









65,169 


12 617 








19,755 


32 037 








40 765 


44 474 


(a) 
(a) 
(a) 


340 
191 
100 




636 


90 920 


10 003 




18.264 


128 891 




20,300 


195,940 


36 101 




73 741 


27 823 








53 236 


42 029 








48,113 


54 047 








97,606 


37 474 








50,268 


38 310 








124 677 


24 860 








32.369 


54 476 








63.153 


80 510 


19,641 


(a) 


959 






130.933 


41 992 






80.898 


164 306 


18,965 

750 
2,832 


(a) 
(b) 


1,162 
396,460 














630,407 


61 343 






108.216 


29 247 








38.768 


41 671 








48.563 


8 165 










11,317 


62 694 


4,725 
1,544 
5.277 

14.900 
2,031 
4,056 

29,777 
2.325 

14.970 

27.716 
2.044 
5.537 
2,444 
2,262 
4,063 
2,309 






632 


79,011 


12,875 
55 942 


(a) 


460 




20.334 






110.667 


52 395 








73.415 


62,721 
79 663 








85.744 








103.943 


125,230 
18 814 








197.961 








26,638 


156,269 
115,454 

27 267 








216.767 


(a) 


683 






176,101 






49,461 


36 930 








50,202 


7,006 
14,538 
24,459 
22 667 






982 


15,969 


(b) 


11,322 




34,952 






34,045 






14,142 


46.158 


116,562 
40 166 






129.466 


40,316 
4.891 
3.096 
4.108 
3.060 
3.741 






100 


92.569 


13.059 

34,441 

40,283 

105,917 

133,188 






23.203 








60.640 






1,142 


64.547 


(a) 
(a) 


169 
1,230 




138.301 






180.427 



112 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Townships — Continued 

Flos 


$ 

13,025 
5.445 

10,491 
4,795 
7,705 
1,045 
6,190 
7,758 

52,842 

18,927 
1,710 
5,630 
2,045 

30,256 
5,595 


$ 


$ 

644 

1,556 

962 


$ 
25,064 


$ 








Frederirksburffh North 




2,952 














1,432 

3 

36 


5,473 




Galwav and Cavendish 






Garafraxa East 












13,875 












Georffina 




754 
1,602 




652 


Gillies 
















Glamorgan 




734 






Glanford 








Glenele 




17 

1,257 

4,047 

193 

194 

230 

6 

1,773 

977 

1,292 

74 






Gloucester 








Goderich . . 


9,735 

2,310 

16,340 

29,663 




7.621 
11.572 

8.246 

7.395 
66,568 
41,200 

5,993 




Gordon 






Gosfield North 






Gosfield South 






Goulboum 






Gower North 








Gower South 


3,435 

6,590 

8,315 

9,135 

1,810 

12,832 

98,000 

14,867 

4,960 

7,180 

1,870 

14,918 

860 

15,341 

33,506 

2,640 

1,940 

4,730 

34,519 

14,459 

9.360 

9,645 

2.770 

2,845 

8,085 

1,925 

6,850 

525 

10,292 

5,340 

5,750 

8,920 

14,530 

8,100 

11,587 

13,928 

950 






Grattan 






Greenock 








Grev 








Griffith and Matawatchan 




16 

885 

297 

8,073 






Guelph 








Gwillimbury, East 








Gwillimbury West 




53.079 




Hagar 






Hagarty and Richards 




962 

29 

1,615 






Hagerman 








Haldimand 








Hallam 








HalloweU 




970 

561 

12 

197 

359 

3,962 

192 

13 

2,246 

1,598 

769 

6 






Hamilton . . 








Harley 




8,093 




Harris 


26 




Harvey 






Harwich 




22,535 
1,574 
3,011 

40,089 




Hawkesbury East 






Hawkesbury, West 






Hav 






Head, Clara and Maria 






Herschel 








Hibbert 






5,917 




Hilliard 


1,115 




Hilher 


34 






Hilton 








Himsworth, North 




56 
480 

33 
247 
226 
469 






Himsworth, South 








Hinchinbrooke 








Holland 








Hope 








Horton 








Houghton 




2,875 
13,047 




Howard 




1.525 




Howe Island 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



113 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 
74,516 


$ 

6,431 
1,773 
2,957 
1,585 


$ 


$ 


$ 

100 
195 


119 780 


29.231 






38 200 


37 943 






55 305 


18 065 








24 445 


29 345 








43 955 


53,823 


3,250 

2,550 

986 

35,975 

29.970 

2.769 








58 121 


26 196 








34 972 


39 208 








61 827 


133 800 








222 617 


534 153 






1,290 


585 746 


3,853 






9 934 


9.121 








14,751 


34 178 


11.867 
1,601 
2,283 

38,916 
5,869 


(a) 


188 






49 012 


96 684 






128 541 


29 184 








37 079 


587 331 








627.504 


38 274 


(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 


187 

112 

2.304 

958 






65 733 


5 363 






19 550 


60 418 


16,701 
20,973 






104 203 


121 614 






180,833 


97 ^^33 






163 807 


75 648 


14,269 






145 


133 035 


11 151 






21,556 


14 932 


2.500 
2,604 
2,556 
1,500 
1,490 
33,541 








25,314 


27 405 








38 398 










11 691 


6 969 








10,295 


46 251 








61.458 


160 830 








292.668 


69 838 








145.857 


9 958 


2,016 

750 

3,200 


(b) 
(a) 


17,699 
766 






34.633 


29 303 




860 


39,821 


12.007 
49 385 




17,106 


(a) 


317 






66,235 


1 930 


6,750 

5,581 

13,191 

3,226 






9,540 


52,778 

134.291 

7.020 

5.474 

77.473 

149 843 






2,708 


77,378 


(a) 


830 




182,379 






20,991 








7,637 


1,050 


(a) 
(a) 


37 
514 






83,649 




11,308 
3,824 


222,681 


42,883 
^2 539 


6,414 
3,952 
2,745 
1,500 
1,683 




69,346 






48,875 


50,409 

5,859 

24,394 

29 284 








105,134 


(a) 


140 




1.610 


13,477 




29,691 








43,292 


4,097 

26,836 

3 S68 


2,706 

2,260 

2,429 

6,855 

852 

2,685 

14,317 

10,354 

6,840 

9,339 

4,709 








9,843 






325 


36,305 






6.522 


23,566 
10,772 
23,107 
33,260 
51,879 
22,956 
35,122 
52,770 
7,033 








40,769 








17,444 








31,575 








56,744 


(a) 


426 






77,415 






38,365 








58,923 


(a) 


978 






86,957 






7,983 



114 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Townships — Continued 


1 

14,188 
3,705 
2,010 
9,205 
2,525 

10,914 
7,835 


$ 


$ 


$ 

9,740 
17.884 


$ 




905 


7 

65 

3,993 

201 

1,017 




HnH<ir>n 




Hullett 




48,799 










T-Tn n P'prf orH 




















850 
1,095 
4,460 
1,140 
5,231 
3,123 






Huron .... 


7,055 

3,975 

48,767 

14,295 

3,100 

625 

2,930 

435 

6,120 

6,085 

3.435 

13,184 

10,440 

2,345 

8,005 

44.000 

83,749 

5,975 

8,620 

3,455 

33,110 

3,970 

14,882 

7,910 

4,620 

1.075 

2.850 

17.626 

10.338 

1.210 

1,500 

18,243 

16,427 

11,577 

32,507 

7,350 

4,055 

11,439 

4,230 

5,660 

1,745 

6,335 

2,055 

5,530 

7,745 

38,992 

24,572 

15,371 

12,097 




56.080 




Ignace 


184 






6.898 




Taffrav and Melick 






Tames 


199 


























16 






Tolv 








Kaladar, Anglesea and Effinham. . . 
Kendrey 




509 












Kennebec .... 




676 

73 






Kenyon 




2.971 










Kerns 




16 

12,119 

5,170 

555 

492 

819 






Kincardine .... 




31.541 




King 




656 


Kingston 








Kinloss 




59,399 




Kitley 






Laird 








Lake of Bays 




683 

460 

1,316 

2,537 

12 






Lanark 








Lancaster 




1,757 




Larder Lake 


1,510 




La Vallee 






Lavant 








Laxton, Digby and Longford 

Leeds and Lansdowne Front of . . 




62 

3,285 

236 

691 

4 

189 

5,876 

450 

4,270 

3,611 

63 












Leeds and Lansdowne Rear of ... . 








Limerick 








Lindsay 








Lobo 




40,101 

10,353 

23,315 

108,362 




Lochiel 






Logan 






London 






Longlac 


224 




Longueuil . ... 


5,241 




Loughborough 






Luther, East 






15,492 
6,444 




Luther, "West 




240 
947 

837 
22 

419 
1,776 
2,373 
9,511 

950 
1,143 




Lutterworth 






Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen 
Additional 








Machar 








Machin 


1,909 






Madoc 






Maidstone 




4,659 

26,672 

4,445 




Malahide 






Maiden 






Manvers 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



115 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



47,543 
18,325 

5,579 
32,624 
41,587 
34,447 
24,973 
37,909 
67,901 
14,314 
310,844 
32,759 

8.801 



4,277 
12,510 

1,398 
29,079 

9,472 
19,152 
39,074 
43,206 

4,383 

42,481 

249,524 

248,560 

18,508 

21,006 

10,132 

124,772 

16,199 

56,524 

16,931 

7,764 

5,324 
27,378 
67,296 
42,591 
12,290 
15,943 
70,965 
46,281 
40,947 
116,324 
20,929 
16,242 
47,382 
17,681 
20,531 
30,822 

19,593 
14,045 
14,981 
19,388 
123,113 
79,158 
67,326 
40,194 



1,675 
1,499 
4,779 
1,364 
6,890 
6,492 
7,080 
6,768 
2,551 



19,488 

14,850 

5,864 



2,236 
2,635 
1,499 
4,979 



3,638 
5,614 



3,559 



17,635 

25,142 

1.746 



4,822 

15,260 

2,023 

3.024 

3,492 

1,750 

210 

8.075 

5,757 

1,800 

750 

8,032 

5.619 

15.915 



9,311 
8.800 
1.864 
6,095 
3.388 



2,708 

4,025 

15,897 

10,170 

3,029 

18,473 

7,597 

1,092 

7,975 



(a) 



579 



(a) 
(b) 



859 
4,637 



(a) 



345 



(a) 



32 



(b) 47,553 



(a) 



60 



(a) 



660 



(a) 46 
(a) 7.493 



940 



20,300 



878 



100 
1.426 



73.146 
42.325 
12.433 
95,985 
51,203 
52,870 
39,888 
45,527 

134.682 
24,452 

387,137 
67,135 



26,583 
7.138 
18,091 
3,332 
61.332 
15,557 
26,901 
60,916 
53,646 
10,303 
94,146 

316,985 

358,006 
86,120 
30,445 
18,409 

173,857 
22,652 
77,503 
79,933 
14,146 
6,609 
38,365 
93,964 
54,965 
14,941 
25,539 

135.117 
94.852 
76.289 

270,774 
41,574 
27,465 
64,916 
40.791 
32,875 
36,222 

30,790 
32,897 
33,055 
31,938 
187,610 
155,103 
90,610 
61,409 



116 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Townships — Countinued 


$ 

14,657 

13,403 

2,000 

15,081 


$ 


$ 

2,700 
1,336 


$ 
27,289 


$ 




753 




March 




52 








16,119 




MarlhnrmiP'h .... 










6,200 

10,628 

5,090 

4,580 

1,885 

15,805 

415 

1,910 

1,465 

10,496 

10,373 

8,590 

2,120 

7,845 

1,795 

18,085 

13,546 

10,557 

44,403 

4,245 

25,128 




11 
2,321 










21,878 


121 


Marysburgh, North 

Marysburgh, South 

Matchedash 

















511 
4,221 






Matilda . . . 




11,820 




Mattawan 






Mayo 













720 
36 






McDougall 

McGarry 

McGillivray 

McKellar 








1,021 






156 
44 


51,434 








McKillop 




29,240 










McNab 




124 

274 

1,099 

1,611 






Medonte 








Melancthon 












24,251 
47,383 




Metcalfe 






Michipicoten 




3,000 










Middleton 


19,577 
10,526 

4,825 

3,985 

3,020 
13,194 
12,082 

4,920 
34,545 

2,980 
13,143 

7,600 
925 

6,350 
13,398 
12,521 
14,096 




1,784 

143 

1,077 


27,294 
17,539 




Minto 






Monaghan, North 

Monaghan, South 

Monmouth 














975 

183 

81 

10 

960 

3,139 

230 

707 

4 

12,014 

465 

2,505 

4,999 






Mono 








Montague 

Monteagle 

Moore 
















15,993 
2,449 
8,629 
6,523 


150 


Morley 

Mornington 

Morris 














Morson 






Mosa 




30,013 
17,861 
33,056 




Moulton 






Mountain 






Mountjoy 












Mulmur 


7,355 
28,109 
77,768 

2,125 
16,682 

2,750 
31,101 




32 
420 
1,396 
15 
135 
477 
538 






Murray 








Muskoka Lakes 








Nairn 








Nassagaweya 

Neebing 








295 






Neelon and Garson 














Nepean 






781 

1,231 

1,317 

23 

411 
2,558 






Nichol 


11,922 
13,780 
4,420 
16,427 
15,417 









Nipigon 


216 






Nipissing 






Nissouri, East 




5,121 
34,270 




Nissouri, West 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



117 





(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 
101,488 


$ 

6,145 

14,437 

15,802 

14,583 

2,292 

1,832 

1,295 

1,644 


$ 


$ 


$ 

1.049 


$ 
153,328 


(a) 


341 




60,557 


1 17 S78 






135,432 


69,966 
17,863 
21,406 
4-0 S46 


1 






115,749 


(a) 
(b) 


431 
9,273 




502 


21,088 




38,722 






76,789 


22,399 

14,692 

35,406 

41,307 

1,306 

5,931 

3,878 

32,509 

22,150 

38,662 

20,825 

26,055 

10,824 

50,987 

44,177 

42,529 

177,290 

18,638 

54,499 






812 


29,945 






19,272 


3,988 
16,787 
8,483 
3,554 
6,910 
1,566 
14,042 
1,794 
3,270 
3,787 








41,790 








89,940 






6,999 


17,203 






11,395 






4,832 


17,805 






44,607 


(b) 


41,003 






88,589 






100,636 








26,259 








66,927 








12,619 


15,946 

17.814 

836 

29,560 








85,142 


(a) 


130 






75,941 






55,021 


(a) 


1,587 






278,702 






70,266 


14,077 

10,185 
4.182 
1,275 
4,026 
2,736 


(a) 
(b) 
(a) 


573 
103.865 

55 












201,142 


74,981 
37,751 
14,975 
23,570 
31,590 
66,143 
28,792 
14,229 
109,900 
5,925 
41,467 
26,785 
4,836 
29,903 
44,640 
36,448 






133,876 






70,141 








22,152 








31,581 








38,321 








79,520 


6.404 

8,925 

61,463 

1,773 
1,038 








47,359 








28,084 


(a) 


17 






223,028 






16,266 








64,507 








41,615 


3,949 

9,470 

19,372 








9,714 








87,750 








95,736 








84,530 


34,830 


(a) 
(b) 


555 
47,580 








29,566 






131,626 


45,834 

80,598 
301,039 








53,221 


13,115 
34,842 

6,791 

2,541 

12,927 








122,242 








415,045 


(b) 


7,262 






14,439 


5,037 
49,939 






73,547 


(a) 
(a) 
(b) 
(a) 


61 

92 

227,915 

1.200 






15,757 


9,633 








79,388 






351,961 




92,623 
2,237 
1,501 
3,684 
6,151 
3,726 






1,459,977 


1,365,373 






55,100 


39,710 


(a)' ' 


1.600 






58,158 


39,744 






29,324 


21,197 








96,983 


68,873 


(a)' 


250 






109,177 


52,956 









118 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Townships — Continued 
Normanby 


$ 

12,000 

12,419 

15,769 

26,518 

6,680 

1,875 

3,455 

6,370 

8,723 

6,650 

11,312 

8,240 

22,960 

21,588 


$ 


$ 

9 


$ 

5,606 
4,338 
4,125 


$ 






N^r»rAA/irVi '^nl1tl^ 








Nottawasaga 

Oakland 




48 
65 










O'f^nnnnr 








Olden 










Oliver 


873 


151 

12 

52 

2,275 

843 

214 

1,231 

747 






Onpida 






Onondaga 

Ops 

Orford 
















23,802 




Orillia 






Oro 








Osgoode 




13,400 
4,958 






16,417 

5,605 

8,245 

19,973 

12,046 

11,017 

8,630 

14,897 

11,332 

5,680 

1,615 

3,450 

17,100 

1,855 

5,685 

10,256 

4,550 

15,275 

171,954 

7,095 

22,935 

10,200 

9,200 

4,065 

2,665 

18,335 

19,288 

3,185 

7,985 

17,478 

3,350 

3,440 

9,175 

28,691 

5,125 

9,370 

7,300 

10,572 

28,723 

17,580 

12,602 






Oso 




51 




Osprey 










76 
3,295 
2.921 
745 
171 
1,069 
2,181 






Oxford (on Rideau) 

Oxford East 










6,128 
7,532 
1,385 




Oxford North 






Oxford West . 






Paipoonge 


352 




17,527 




Palmerston and North and South 
Canonto 






Papineau 

Peel 












4.615 






Pelee 




5,030 




Pembroke 








Percy 

Perrv 




621 
815 












Petawawa 








Pickering 

Pilkington 

Pittsburgh 

Plantagenet, North 

Plantagenet, South 

Playfair 

Plummer Additional 




4.492 




8 552 










1,199 
21 








14,286 


















1,120 

4,616 

668 






Plympton 

Portland 




24,851 








Prince 








Proton 




4 

2,521 

153 

323 


12,859 




Puslinch 






Radcliffe 








Raglan 

Rainham 














Raleigh 

Rama 




7,909 
22 

1,037 
49 

1,295 
27 

1,246 
10,061 


60,918 








Ramsay 

Ratter and Dunnet 














Rawdon 








Rayside 

Reach 














Red Lake 


3,341 












Richmond 


13,280 
16.769 




273 
1,450 






Rochester 




10,424 





PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



119 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



43,293 
43,704 
60,911 
141,859 
21,355 
6,105 
13,903 
15,701 
27,840 
23,716 
42,406 
32,664 
134,590 
123,115 
119,947 
49,185 
22,521 
32,949 
67,540 
38,276 
37,135 
28,874 
42,859 
28,446 
22,866 

12,380 

6,085 
53,427 
13,589 
15,568 
40,333 
23,806 
91,812 
642,870 
27,933 
92,713 
37,016 
29,165 

5,879 
16,044 
86,523 
54,872 

8,944 
33,065 
72,766 
22,071 

8,793 
59,917 
98,425 
47,001 
31,409 
13,767 
30,352 
61,015 
77,200 
31,710 



39,095 

74.783 



5,953 
4,388 
5,336 
7,410 
1,181 
2,625 
750 
4,310 



1,214 

16,837 

2,418 

20,119 

11,993 

11,625 

5,236 

1.657 

1,954 

4,848 

2,052 

7,140 

4,978 

5.916 

3,411 

3,815 

2,250 
4,997 
1,991 
750 
1,350 
4,880 
2,282 
4.025 
131.029 



4,000 
4,560 
4.281 
4,048 
1.819 
6,017 
6,517 



1.041 
4.448 
5.418 
2,032 



8,317 
1,102 
4,544 

11,654 
1,346 

86,338 
9,060 

23,201 



6,138 
2,500 



(a) 
(a) 
(b)' 



(a) 
(a) 



(a) 



(a) 
(a) 



(a) 
(a) 



(a) 



(b) 



(a) 



(a) 



(b) 
(b)' 



(a) 
(b) 
(a) 



270 

367 

5,157 



225 
6,469 



29 



1.825 
226 



125 
271 



171 



4,276 



267 



405 



20,940 
144,686 



142 

72,371 

93 



520 



385 
1,060 



435 



855 



125 
,600 



712 



100 



66,861 
64,849 
86,141 
176,355 
29,551 
10,605 
18,860 
28.465 
41,732 
31,632 
72,830 
67,967 
178,543 
164,396 
145,719 
75,796 
29,963 
43,148 
93,292 
57,494 
64,567 
50,759 
65,478 
46,481 
52,069 

16,245 
15,244 
77,133 
21,224 
22,603 
56,090 
31,453 

111,283 

958,897 
35,028 

120,847 
66,183 
42,646 
18,268 
21,648 

140,342 
81,345 
12,129 
54,954 
97,480 
30,992 
14,588 
69,092 

204,665 
53,250 
46,360 
53,710 
43,565 

320,789 

105,086 



153,428 

58,879 

105,926 



120 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Townships — Continued 

Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and 
McKay 


$ 

9,860 

8,540 

8,455 

14,321 

20,242 

2,240 

1,830 

2,720 

3,880 

8,005 

5,345 

98,648 

875 

21,313 

58,117 

7,135 

50,468 

4,940 

11,159 

11,684 

2,935 

1.715 

11,490 

13,943 

5,345 

5,890 

1,675 

2,180 

2,415 

7,150 

6,510 

38,530 

32,088 

2,080 

20,094 

6,255 

8,540 

21,089 

9,385 

17,723 

2,785 

7,680 

18,569 

11,424 

4,230 

10,613 

10,843 

11,153 

1,165 

18,396 

86,5 fe 

19,069 

2,280 

9,830 

3.750 

435 

6,560 

27.048 


$ 


$ 

755 

387 

1,078 

824 

53 


$ 


$ 




11,034 
5,356 
7,796 

10,880 




Ross 






Roxborough 

Russell 










Rutherford and George Island 


288 










^t T^HmnnHs 




309 






St. Joseph 

St Vincent 










84 

982 

12.761 

63 

4,190 

60 






Salter, May and Harrow 

Saltfleet 










1 171 




89 






Sandwich South 


10,929 




Sandwich West 














Sarnia 




1.381 
374 
542 


18,659 
884 




Saugeen 

Schreiber 






758 




Scott 






Scugog 

Sebastopol 

Seneca 




4 














88 

57 

234 

264 

673 






Seymour 








Shackleton and Machin 








Sheffield 









Sherborne, McClintock and 
Livingstone 








Sherbrooke 








Sherbrooke, South 




49 

726 

805 

718 

1,169 






Sherwood, Jones and Burns 

Shuniah. .... 








973 






Sidney 






Smith 








Snowdon 








Sombra 




1.549 

83 

243 

5,070 
349 
817 
303 

1,256 

1,010 


27.664 




Somerville 






Sophiasburgh 

Southwold 










35.124 
25.279 




Springer 

Stafford 










Stanhope 

Stanley 

Stephen 

Storrington 

Strong 










46,143 
47,614 














9 






Sullivan 








Sunnidale 










Sydenham 




85 

47 

599 

13,905 

94 

1,547 

2,027 

1.508 






Tarbutt and Tarbutt Additional . . . 








Tay 

Teck (now Town of Kirkland Lake) 
Tecumseth 








21,337 




112 


6,635 




Tehkummah 






Terrace Bay 

Thessalon 


53 










Thompson 

Thorah 










1,003 
447 






Thurlow 









PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



121 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



21,050 
34,894 
21,677 
43,062 
66,109 
4,500 
8,673 
25,832 
26,286 
40,673 
11,522 

323,103 

5,079 

67,374 

185,338 
30,121 

167,558 
39,658 
45,721 
48.745 
30,883 
12,012 
41,020 
72,182 
11,899 
23.414 

43,206 

15,746 

17,772 

26,551 

40,244 

149,767 

161,384 

15,336 

80,874 

61,366 

28,589 

69,964 

23,846 

43,001 

62,020 

39,750 

67,727 

54.092 

18.586 

33,193 

35,432 

47.811 

8,968 

106,124 

285,399 

81,042 

6,277 

24,979 

9,526 

3,556 

48,889 

76.757 



14.871 
8,910 
6,336 
2,597 

22,364 

750 

7,356 

2,881 

15,498 
4,502 

45,578 

20,317 
3.125 

10.162 

28,999 
2,781 

32,147 
2,178 

10,262 

1,375 

1,275 

262 

5.583 

17.813 

750 

1,216 

22,525 
3,667 
2.547 
5,635 
750 
7,807 
7,625 
1,415 



5.299 
3.011 



22.292 
3.900 
9,910 
5.991 
4,257 



2,525 
12,295 
2,320 
5.507 
2,225 
4,275 
32,785 
5,340 
4,550 



3,866 



(b) 



(a) 
(a) 
(a) 



(a) 
(a) 



(b) 



(a) 



(a) 



(a) 
(a) 



(a) 



(a) 



23.226 



.668 

85 

574 



31 
672 



2,884 



.266 



98 



2,038 
143 



554 



47 



(b) 358,514 

(a) 78 
(a) 1,202 



11,936 
5,662 



1,340 



2,684 



840 



1.280 



636 
390 
100 



420 



46,536 
65.105 
66,128 
68,600 

119,648 
7,778 
17,859 
34,426 
45,664 
53,264 
64,267 

457,668 
9,316 

114,542 

272,514 
40,037 

270,244 
48,034 
69,114 
61,804 
35,097 
13,989 
61,065 

105,275 
18,228 
30,784 

69,345 

22,229 

23,173 

40,162 

49,380 

196,822 

202,266 

18,831 

132,219 

73,146 

40,383 

131,801 

81,151 

65,441 

75,018 

100,820 

139,177 

65,516 

25,350 

56,148 

48,595 

64,556 

12,405 

129,814 

798.567 

112,180 

14,732 

38,091 

18,650 

3.991 

68,388 

109,914 



122 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971^72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Townships — Continued 

Tilbury, East 

Tilbury, North 

Tilbury, West 

Tiny 


14,937 
13,143 

7,925 
25,265 
43,985 
28,000 

6,340 

9,390 
28,977 
10,797 

2,520 

6,865 
12,617 

7,690 
18,641 
83,012 

7,245 
19,635 


$ 


$ 

30 
10,695 

1,727 

33 

5,437 


$ 

16,845 

1,603 

79,079 

281 


$ 
















1 554 






4,700 




Toronto Gore 












39 

322 

4 

9 










1,461 
9,229 




Tuckersmith 






Tudor and Cashel 






Turnberry 

Tyendinaga 

Usborne 




141 






2,518 

6,049 

144 

166 

13 

640 

6,809 

115 

196 






24,731 




Uxbridge 

Valley, East 

Verulam 


















Vespra 

Wainfleet 










71,676 
14,222 




Wallace 


10,807 
19,973 
14,459 
11,225 
11,750 
49,945 
12,674 






Walpole 

Walsingham, North 

Walsingham, South 

Warwick 








13,354 












7,047 

306 

92 


7,630 




Waterloo 






Waters 
















Wawanosh, East 


5,690 

5,955 
26,486 
10,000 

8,990 
34,850 
16,397 

8,735 




1,024 
10 


10,353 
7,208 
4,183 




Wawanosh West 






Wellesley 

West Lincoln 








111 




Westmeath 








Westminster 




3,945 


19,689 


253 


Whitby, East 

Whitney 




136 




291 












Wicksteed 


8,940 

6,610 

5,285 

4,660 

15,014 

35,942 

14,387 

30,980 

5,840 

5,260 

2,910 

14,831 

31,365 

740 

36,876 

7,500 

4,710 

5,440 

22,582 

11,113 




4,590 

889 

21 

8 

1,256 

520 

1,025 

190 

347 

110 

8 






Wilberforce 








Williams, East 




14,168 
21,756 
15,916 
4,848 
41,624 
31,608 




Williams, West 






Williamsburgh 

Wilmot 










Winchester 






Windham 






Wolfe Island 






Wolford 








Wollaston 








Woodhouse 








Woolwich 




113 
15 

2,968 
891 
149 
148 

5,881 






Worthington 

Yarmouth 










32,658 




Yonge, Front of 






Yonge and Escott, Rear of 








Zone 




19,301 
130,621 




Zorra, East 






Zorra. West 


















6,791,289 


39,345 


529,909 


3,737,665 


17,102 















PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



123 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 

51,830 


$ 

9,566 

926 

6,859 

14,315 

15,811 

3,124 

1,774 

3,766 

6,097 

7,355 

1,500 

815 

9,633 


(a) 


607 


$ 


$ 


93 815 


67,524 






93,891 
126,899 
273,010 
505,413 
100 260 


30,662 


(a) 
(a) 
(b) 


647 

38 
314,708 






233,078 






123,918 






64,436 






15,735 








23,849 
S5 S40 


40,559 






1,786 


98,511 


(a) 


45 




135 413 


37,824 






65.209 
19.366 
30 919 


15,337 









23,098 









33,388 








58 156 


32,829 








71.299 
112 943 


86,045 


7,804 
42,205 
18,572 

6,910 
29,658 


(a) 
(b) 


309 
231.939 






171,139 






528 461 


64 865 






90 695 


60,966 


(a) 


702 




532 


89 385 


122,000 




230,143 
63 220 


37,894 


(a) 
(a) 
(a) 
(a) 


182 

3,738 

237 

485 






95,676 


6,070 
7,574 
4,860 
5.093 
2,100 




600 


126 253 


51,006 




86 630 


71 949 




1.996 


90 515 


46 156 




77 676 


142,944 


(a) 
(a) 
(b) 


1,625 

379 

18,773 






196 920 


34,926 
















66 844 


20 068 








37 135 


17911 










31 084 


78,312 


17,773 

37,175 

2,795 








126 754 


125,612 








172,898 


31 172 


(b) 
(a) 


4,709 
933 






47 666 


115 441 






175 111 


59,079 


5,090 
2,644 

15,985 
4,078 
1,102 
1,535 

12,092 
7,516 
1,482 

26.277 
4,668 






80,702 


24 298 


(a) 
(b) 
(a) 


325 

60,613 

754 














96 906 


34 488 






64,757 


20 807 






32.384 


23 427 








44 003 


18 479 








46,438 


41 881 








86,159 


114 042 








162,868 


42 048 








100 566 


97 832 








186,887 


25 223 








36,078 


17 096 








22,466 


15 512 


1,500 

9,457 
11,547 

1,499 
12,750 

1,414 








19,930 


58,094 

95,757 

1 187 








82,382 








138,782 








3,441 


127,361 
21,482 
14,948 
20 543 


(a) 


455 






213 068 






31.287 








19,807 


4,086 

10,435 

5,542 








49,518 


75 996 


(a) 


845 






246,360 


39,305 






55,960 










28,920,064 


4,191,937 


(a) 
(b) 


84,635 
3,160,820 




159,677 






47,632,443 











124 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



I 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Improvement Districts: 


$ 
9.295 


136 


$ 


$ 


$ 












4,845 
5,300 
2,720 
800 
7,370 


277 
719 


44 

1,908 

4 

157 

834 






Rpa rH m nrp 






Bicroft 




1,142 








Ear Falls 


















1,240 

425 

460 

15,902 


185 
53 








Kingham 


4 

36 

598 






Kingsford 

Manitouwadge 






910 












3,355 
7,925 
9,900 
2,425 
6,185 


598 


3,725 

16 

9 

195 

587 






Onaping 

Red Rock 






550 
59 






Sioux Narrows 






Temagami 












White River 


4,965 




5,549 
















83,112 


3,487 


13,666 




1,142 


















Counties : 
Brant 




8,216 
15,026 

6,483 
14,143 
19,496 
16,744 
13,775 

5,456 

4,839 
17,501 
44,092 

8,223 
13,449 
10,867 

7,669 
39,058 
16,728 
17,099 
23,184 
34,177 
31,691 
10,149 
42,611 

8,030 
10,583 
40,184 
13,750 
32,940 
31,910 
33,724 
15.863 








Bruce 










Dufferin 










Elgin 











Essex 










Frontenac 










Grey 










Haldimand 










Haliburton 










Halton 










Hastings 










Huron 










Kent 










Lambton 










Lanark 










Leeds and Grenville 










Lennox and Addington 










Middlesex 










Norfolk 










Northumberland and Durham 










Ontario 








Oxford 










Peel 










Perth 










Peterborough 










Prescott and Russell 










Prince Edward 










Renfrew 










Simcoe 










Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry. . 
Victoria 

















PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



125 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 
23,492 


$ 

750 

1,250 

21,865 

1,288 

750 

8,211 

4,250 


(a) 
(b) 


$ 

2,004 
60,135 


$ 


$ 


% 








95,812 
18 inQ 


11,693 






12,778 


(a) 
(b) 


231 
39,197 






42,801 
62 282 


17,931 






2,146 






^ XS^ 


10,335 


(a) 
(b) 
(b) 


465 

3,527 
4,378 














30,742 
11 032 


979 






626 






1,108 
1 201 


705 










49,096 


5,329 

1,500 
1,557 
3,019 
12,750 
8,430 


(a) 
(b) 
(a) 
(b) 


2,091 

502,283 

584 

46,543 














576,209 
21 199 


11,437 






16,752 







72,793 
35,103 
32,258 


21,625 






15,497 


(a) 
(a) 
(b) 
(a) 


460 
2,124 
7.505 
3,961 




872 


19,485 








375 


44,691 
33 409 


11,255 


7,679 












225,832 


78,628 


(a) 
(b) 


11,920 
663.568 




1,247 








1,082,602 












60,986 
19,480 

9,535 
17,499 
93.420 

8,160 
49,123 
20,364 








69,202 
34,506 
16 018 


























31 642 










112,916 
24 904 


















62 898 










25 820 










4 839 




31,346 

48,959 

13,907 

3,900 

8,250 

15,215 

59,595 

37,556 

5,400 

35,915 








48 847 










93 051 










22,130 










17 349 










19 117 










22 884 










98 653 










54 284 










22,499 










59 099 










34 177 




63,652 
15,175 








95,343 










25,324 










42 611 




3,566 
11,772 








11,596 










22,355 










40,184 




20,575 
46,658 
47,903 
71,318 








34,325 










79,598 










79 813 










105,042 










15,863 



126 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



Counties — Continued 

Waterloo 

Wellington 

Wentworth 



15,629 
25,656 
10,980 



659,925 



Welfare Administration Boards: 

Algoma 

Cochrane 

Nipissing 

Parry Sound 

Rainy River 

Sudbury 



15,571 
22,864 
16,469 
9,718 
5,162 
20,332 



90.116 



District Boards of Education: 

Atikokan 

Brant County 

Bruce County 

Carleton 

Central Algoma 

Chapleau 

Cochrane-Iroquois Falls 

Dryden 

Dufferin County 

East Parry Sound 

Elgin County 

Espanola 

Essex County 

Fort Frances-Rainy River 

Frontenac County 

Geraldton 

Grey County 

Haldimand County 

Halton County 

Hamilton 

Hastings County 

Hearst 

Hornepayne 

Huron County 

Kapuskasing 

Kenora 

Kent County 

Kirkland Lake 

Lakehead 

Lake Superior 

Lambton County 

Lanark County 

Leeds and Grenville County . . . 
Lennox and Addington County. 

Lincoln 

London 

Manitoulin 

Michipicoten 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



127 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 


$ 

14.400 

65,460 

171,172 


$ 


$ 


1 


$ 
30 029 










91 116 










182 152 














1,070,261 








1 730 186 






















15,571 












22 864 












16 469 













9 718 












5,162 












20 332 
























90 116 














2 450 


2,125 
37,400 

6,035 
70,725 

9.562 

1.250 

5,997 
34,510 
91,209 
27,676 
40,757 

4,193 
24,990 

1,932 
48,535 

4.123 
18.105 

5,000 

12,356 

199,402 

26,477 

2,975 
850 

3,091 
32,645 
38,760 

9.100 

12,276 

152,509 

6,698 
28.900 
36,555 
29,875 

3,300 
68,455 
84,075 

1,100 


(a) 191 






4 766 






37,400 










6 035 










70 725 


2 661 








12 223 


993 








2,243 


2 477 








8 474 


20.293 


(a) 40 






54,843 






91,209 


23 770 








51,446 










40,757 


4.733 








8,926 








24,990 


5 660 








7,592 










48,535 










5.958 










18,105 










5,000 










12,356 










199,402 










26,477 










2,975 










850 










3,091 


2.565 
28,257 








35,210 








67.017 








9.100 


9,129 
3 490 








21.405 


(a) 19 






156,018 


2,001 






8,699 








28,900 










36,555 










29.875 










3.300 










68,455 










84,075 


4.750 
688 








5,850 








688 



128 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



District Boards of Education 
— Continued 

Middlesex County 

Muskoka 

Niagara South 

Nipigon-Red Rock 

Nipissing 

Norfolk County 

Northumberland and Durham 

County 

North Shore 

Ontario County 

Ottawa 

Oxford County 

Peel County 

Perth County 

Peterborough County 

Prescott and Russell County 

Prince Edward County 

Red Lake 

Renfrew County 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Simcoe County 

Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry 

County 

Sudbury 

Timiskaming 

Timmins 

Toronto 

Victoria County 

Waterloo County 

Wellington County 

Wentworth County 

West Parry Sound 

Windsor 

York County 



County R.C.S.S. Boards: 

Brant County 

Bruce-Grey County 

Dufferin-Peel County 

Elgin County 

Essex County 

Frontenanc, Lennox and Addington 
County 

Halton County 

Hastings-Prince Edward County. . . . 

Huron-Perth County 

Kent County 

Lanark, Leeds and Grenville 
County 

Lincoln County 

Middlesex County 

Ontario County 

Oxford County 

Peterborough-Victoria- 
Northumberland and Durham 
County 

Prescott and Russell County 

Renfrew County 



65 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



129 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 


$ 

40,460 
6,162 

82,994 
4,080 

23,800 

31,450 

15,831 
55,072 
72,675 

112,805 
23,247 

126,890 
5,672 
20,000 
11,150 
11,347 
5,650 
23,630 
21,080 
58,412 

13,250 
36,533 
17,765 
10,820 
1,423,050 

1,375 
67,532 
16,846 
39,312 

5,000 
25,250 
25,457 

6,927 
28,446 

3,775 

1,400 

28,645 

4,860 
1,890 
71,378 
4,106 
9,192 

3,315 

11,645 

13,812 

8,200 

1,500 

5,097 
19,932 
47,668 


% 


$ 


$ 


$ 
40 460 


(1,037) 








5,125 










82 994 


2 150 








6 230 


12 938 


(a) 110 






36 848 








31 450 




(a) 41 






15,831 


36 582 






91 695 








72 675 










112,805 










23,247 










126,890 










5 672 










20 000 










11,150 










11,347 


4311 








9,961 










23,630 


21 300 








42,380 










58,412 










13,250 


77 843 








114,441 


5,953 
6,132 


(a) 8 






23 726 






16,952 








1,423,050 










1,375 










67,532 










16,846 










39,312 




(a) 144 






5,144 








25,250 










25,457 










6,927 










28,446 










3,775 










1,400 










28,645 










4,860 










1,890 


1 071 








72,449 










4,106 










9,192 










3,315 










11,645 










13,812 










8,200 










1.500 










5,097 










19,932 










47,668 



130 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



County R.C.S.S. Boards- 

Simcoe County 

Waterloo County 

Welland County 

Wellington County . . . 
Wentworth County . . . 

York County 

Lambton County 



Continued 



District R.C.S.S. Boards: 

Carleton 

Cochrane-Iroquois Falls 

Dryden 

Fort Frances-Rainy River 

Geraldton 

Hearst 

Kapuskasing 

Kenora 

Kirkland Lake 

Lakehead 

Manitouwadge 

Metropolitan 

Michipicoten 

Nipigon-Red Rock 

Nipissing 

North Shore 

Ottawa 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Schreiber-Terrace Bay 

Sudbury 

Timiskaming 

Timmins 

Windsor 

Airy T.S.A 

Armstrong S.S. No. 1 

Asquith, Churchill, McMurchy 

and Fawcett S.S. No. 1 

Canfield S.S. No. 1 

Chapleau, Panet and Township 
13G 



Unaffected Public School Boards: 
Council and Ponsford T.S.A. . . . 
Dalton, Missanbie and Renabie 

T.S.A 

FerlandS.S.No.l 

Foleyet S.S. No. 1 

Franz S.S. No. 1 

Kashabowie S.S. No. 1 

Kilkenny S.S. No. 1 

Menapia and Tolmie S.S. No. 1.. 

Mill Forest T.S.A 

Mine Centre S.S. No. 1 

Moose S.S. No. 1 

Murchison and Lyell T.S.A 

Noble S.S. No. 1 

Slaght and Factor S.S. No. 1.. . . 
St. Julien S.S. No. 1 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



131 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 

(1,142) 


$ 

3,000 
20,952 
54,519 
10,786 
20,816 
4,760 
3.400 

158,418 

6,035 

3.570 

2,750 

1,425 

2,650 

15.837 

12,209 

4,850 

19,123 

609 

292,165 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1,858 








20 952 










54 519 










10.786 










20,816 










4,760 








3 400 










158,418 


3 366 








9,401 










3,570 










2,750 










1,425 










2,650 


7 867 


(a) 10 






23 714 








12,209 


676 








5,526 










19,123 










609 










292,165 


1,073 








1,073 


1,750 

11,125 

9,075 

110,250 








1,750 


8,143 
6,059 








19,268 








15,134 








110,250 


474 








474 




740 
44,450 
15,079 
13,965 
27,242 
2,125 
2,000 








740 










44,450 


22 








15.101 


1 511 








15.476 










27,242 










2,125 


5,291 

1,726 
124 


(a) 410 






7,701 






1,726 










124 


1,107 


1,247 

1,250 

6,250 
1,000 








2,354 








1,250 


Q'^^ 








7,203 










1,000 


1,346 
388 

879 








1.346 


1,500 
1,700 
1,500 








1.888 








2,572 


533 
461 


(a) 53 






2,086 






461 


883 










883 


456 

3,716 

?8n 


250 
1,571 









706 


(a) 1.183 






6,470 






280 


637 


1,901 
590 


(a) 474 






3,012 






590 


1.075 








1,075 



132 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


■ (3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Unaffected Public School Boards 
— Conctinued 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


% 


Werner Lakes S S No 1 












Hillsport S S No 1 
























Unaffected R.C.S.S. Boards: 
Atikokan R C S S No 1 












Foleyet R C S S No 1 












Moose R C S S No 1 












Noble R.C.S.S. No. 1 













Red Lake R C S S No 1 












Township 22 R C S S No 1 


































65 














Personal Payees: 








35 

217 

870 

720 

1,254 

9,449 

289 

6,589 

324 

269 

2,686 

877 

37 

330 

86 

1,009 

112 

208 

284 

50 

92- 

28,885 

1,409 

852 

270 

1,495 

858 

388 

14,385 

5,199 

55 

284 

7 

368 

910 

155 

229 

387 

309 

113 




G Beaudry 










Vic Belanefer 










Bradley Construction 










R Burns 










Burns & Kramp Construction 










Ruth M Carter 










Camroy Construction 










Mr D Cloutier 










L. Cloutier 










Judge S L Clunis 










L Dalcourt 










James Favron 










George Gagnon 










Ransford Galbraith 










Roland Gareau 










E. Gauthier 










L Girouard 










A Giroux 










G. Hall 










Elmer Hill 










Inglis Farm Tile Drainage 










E. Lacroix Construction 










Roland Lacroix Co 










J N Laird 










Laurin 










Legge Brothers 










C. Lemieux 










Terry Martin-Tiling & Trenching 










N. A. McDougall Construction. 










Sara McPherson 










A. Mercer 










N. Michel 










H. Noland 










D. Orford 










A. Pellerin 










Nancy Perlin 










A. Perreault 










Gerard Perreault 










Arthur Piquette 












PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



133 



(6) 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



809 



1,750 
1.250 



576 
556 



1.130 



2,091 
1.352 
3,962 



1,100 



2,250 
1,676 
8.925 



(a) 
(a)' 
(a) 



133 
481 



72 



2,559 

1,250 

576 

556 



1,130 
2,224 
1,352 
6,693 
1,676 
10,097 



341.338 



4.801,323 



(a) 



3.369 



5.146.095 



35 

217 

870 

720 

1.254 

9,449 

289 

6.589 

324 

269 

2.686 

877 

37 

330 

86 

1.009 

112 

208 

284 

50 

92 

28.885 

1,409 

852 

270 

1.495 

858 

388 

14.385 

5,199 

55 

284 

7 

368 

910 

155 

229 

387 

309 



113 



134 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



Personal Payees — Continued 

L. Piquette 

C. Roberge 

Marcel Rivest 

Joseph Sylvestre 

Treasurer of Ontario 

H. Vincent 

T. Villeneuve 

Florian Vincent 

Gordon I. Wilson 

J. K. Young 

Miscellaneous 

Miscellaneous Holcan Ltd . 



450 
14 
65 

558 

917 

28 

360 

342 

121 

4,402 

(5,612) 



83,990 



Conservation Authorities 

Halton Region 

Catfish and Kettle Creek 

Central Lake Ontario 

Grand River 

Lakehead Region 

Lower Thames Valley 

Metropolitan Toronto and Region . 

Napanee Region 

Sault Ste. Marie Region 

South Lake Simcoe 

Mississippi Valley 

Niagara Peninsula 

Otonabee and Crowe Valley 

South Nation River 

Upper Thames River 

Junction Creek 

Upper Thames 

Credit Valley 

North Grey and Sauble Valley . . , 

Saugeen Valley 

Rideau Valley 

Sydenham Valley 

Raisin Region 

Otonabee Region 

Hamilton Region 

Ausable River 

Long Point 



Indian Bands: 

Chippewas of Georgina Island 

Chippewas of Sarnia Indian Reserve 

Kettle Point Reserve 

Chippewas of Rama 

Rankin Reserve /^15D of 

Batchewana 

Garden River 

Deer Lake 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



135 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 

450 












14 












65 












558 












917 
28 












360 












342 












121 












4,402 


25 250 










19 638 






(a) 2,439 






2 439 












25,250 




(a) 2,439 






111,679 














57,506 

17,209 

8,100 

45,444 

11,429 

23,713 

297,279 

475 

21,175 

14,445 

47,112 

44,579 

914 

40,296 

61,283 

32,240 

17,936 

3,900 

9,049 

12,819 

28,783 

35,378 

10,021 

20,163 

2.000 

1,652 

8,717 








57,506 










17,209 










8.100 










45,444 










11.429 










23.713 










297.279 










475 










21.175 










14.445 











47.112 










44,579 










914 










40,296 










61,283 










32.240 










17.936 










3.900 










9.049 










12.819 










28.783 










35,378 










10,021 










20,163 










2,000 










1.652 










8.717 














873,617 








873,617 














3,279 
20,617 
15,110 
15,169 

1,137 

26,757 

1,750 








3,279 










20,617 










15,110 










15,169 










1,137 










26,757 










1,750 



136 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



(1) 



(2) 



(3) 



(4) 



(5) 



Indian Bands — Continued 

Beausoleil Christian Island 

Serpent River 

North River Albany Reserve.. . . 

Grassy Narrows 

Pikangikum Reserve 

West Bay 

Gibson 

Naicatchewenin Band of Rainy 

River 

Sabaskong 

Spanish River , 

Whitefish River 

Fort William , 

Cornwall Island 

Couchiching 

Moravian of the Thames 

Six Nations Council of Ohsweken, 

Sucker Creek 

Shawanaga 

Rainy River 

Iroquois of St. Regis 

Henvey Inlet Band of Ojibways. , 

Dokis 

Curve Lake Reserve ^35 

Nipissing 

Whitefish Bay 

Pic 50 Heron Bay 

Hiawatha 

Saugeen 

Islington Band /^29 of Whitedog.. 

Big Trout Lake 

Whitefish Lake 

Mississauga 

Long Lake j^58 

Long Lake /^77 

Sheguiandah 

Michipicoten 

Nicickousemenecaning 

Osnaburgh , 

Walpole Island 

Parry Island 

Wikwemikong 

Rat Portage , 

Trout Lake , 

Mattagami 

Muncey of the Thames 

Shoal Lake #40 

Thessalon 

Constance Lake 

Pays Plat 

Martin Falls 

Northwest Angle Reserve 33 ... . 

Brunswick House 

Lac La Croix 

Big Island 

Shoal Lake p9 

Big Grassy 

Golden Lake 

Moose Factory 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



137 



(7) 



(8) 



(9) 



(10) 



(11) 



14,069 

3,599 

990 

1,650 

1,000 

18,488 
5,806 

1.750 

1,000 

60,372 

20,591 

5,136 

1,920 

953 

4,667 

71.370 

6.407 

997 

995 

3,179 

1,864 

7,919 

3,621 

12,903 

21,606 

4,208 

1,860 

12,626 

1,606 

991 

5,422 

16,065 

8,740 

2.991 

1,500 

1,500 

1.950 

750 

24,100 

11,070 

33,700 

14,500 

714 

1,500 

7,140 

7,310 

1,426 

5,946 

8,347 

1,943 

1,299 

1,275 

1,750 

1.233 

5,000 

1,275 

4.959 

5,791 



14,069 

3,599 

990 

1,650 

1,000 

18,488 
5,806 

1,750 

1,000 

60,372 

20,591 

5,136 

1,920 

953 

4,667 

71,370 

6,407 

997 

995 

3,179 

1,864 

7,919 

3,621 

12,903 

21,606 

4.208 

1,860 

12.626 

1.606 

991 

5,422 

16,065 

8,740 

2,991 

1,500 

1,500 

1,950 

750 

24,100 

11,070 

33,700 

14,500 

714 

1,500 

7,140 

7,310 

1,426 

5,946 

8,347 

1.943 

1,299 

1,275 

1,750 

1,233 

5,000 

1,275 

4,959 

5,791 



138 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 





(1) 


(2) 


(3) 


(4) 


(5) 


Indian Bands — Continued 
Lac Seul 


$ 


$ 


% 


$ 


$ 














Mohawks of the Gibson 
















































Local Boards: 

Moosonee Development Area Board 






















Upsala Local Roads Board 


















































53,691,612 


3,190,619 


4,392,996 


3,838,469 


471,188 


Miscellaneous Revenue 






1,183 


2,432 




Supplementary Benefits paid to 




















Total 


53,691,612 


3,190,619 


4.394.179 


3,840,901 


471,188 







PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 



139 



(6) 


(7) 


(8) 


(9) 


(10) 


(11) 


$ 


$ 

4,768 
2,189 
3,325 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 

4 768 










2 189 










3,325 














567,440 








567 440 














36,963 


(a) 
(a) 
(a) 


1,754 
19 
29 






38,717 
19 
















29 














36,963 


(a) 


1,802 






38 765 










153 641 203 


32,418,745 


(a) 
(b) 


651,747 

7,981,199 

2,357 


64,044 


166,355 






260 508 177 


49,109 
17 842 899 






55,081 








17 842 899 














171,533,211 


32,418,745 


8,635,303 


64,044 


166.355 


278,406,157 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 141 

DEPARTMENT OF PRIME MINISTER 

Hon. William G. Davis, Prime Minister and President of the Council (Statutory, see below) 

Mr. C. E. Brannan, Secretary of the Cabinet (January 1, 1972) 

Dr. J. K. Reynolds, Secretary of the Cabinet (April 1— December 31, 1971) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($883,874) 

C. E. Brannan Secretary of the Cabinet $ 36,996 

Dr. J. K. Reynolds Secretary of the Cabinet 40,829 

D. W. Beeney, 20,987; T. I. Campbell, 18,562; M. M. Collins, 13,799; A. R. Dick, 
9,659; R. A. Farrell, 21,200; J. D. Fleck, 10,809; H. R. Hanson, 31,668; D. Y. Lewis, 
6,899; M. K. McCutcheon. 24,251; R. L. McNeil, 20,351; W. A. Rathbun, 14,611; 
C. H. Westcott, 30,063; B. A. Wilson. 6,324; Department of Civil Service, 46,990; 
Other salaries and wages, 529,876 883,874 

Employee Benefits (J8»45,678) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 6,092; Group Insurance, 
4,024; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 30,769; Unemployment Insurance, 761; 
Department of Civil Service, 807; Various Departments, transferred staff, 3,225. . . . 45,678 

Travelling Expenses ($33,105) 

Hon. William G. Davis, 7,343; Hon. A. F. Lawrence, 600; Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence, 600; 

Hon. R. S. Welch, 600; Other accounts under $2,500; 23,962 33,105 

( 

Maintenance ($213,256) 

Department of Public Works, 67,947; Department of Transportation and Communications, 
13,344; I.B.M. Canada, Limited, 29,289; General Motors of Canada, Limited, 19,237; 
Accounts under $10,000, 83,439 213,256 

Statutory 

Prime Minister's Salary ($20,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. William G. Davis 20,000 

Three Provincial Secretaries ($7,254) 

Hon. A. F. Lawrence, 2,418; Hon. A. B. R. Lawrence, 2,418; Hon. R. S. Welch, 2,418. . . . 7,254 

Total Expenditure, Department of Prime Minister $1,203,167 



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OFFICE OF PROVINCIAL AUDITOR 

G. H. Spence, Provincial Auditor (Statutory, see below) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($982,677) 

W. S. Groom, 29,276; H. J. McLaughlin, 24,203; C. W. Noble, 24,126; J. A. Robinson, 

22,720; F. N. Scott, 24,126; Other salaries and wagjes, 858,226 982,677 

Employee Benefits ($71,774) 

Payments to Department of Civil Service, Temporary Help — re: Canada 

Pension Plan, 94 ; Unemployment Insurance, 50 144 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 8,383; 
Group Insurance, 1,232; Long Term Income Protection, 1,453; Ontario 
Health Insurance Plan, 2,201 ; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 
5,287; Ontario Hospital Plan, 2,531; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
49,693; Unemployment Insurance, 831 71,611 

Workmen's Compensation Board 19 

71,774 

Travelling Expenses ($16,101) 

Other accounts under $2,500 16,101 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($22,690) 

Accounts under $10,000 22,690 

Statutory 

Provincial Auditor's Salary ($38,096) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 36 

G. H. Spence 38.096 

Total Expenditure, Office of Provincial Auditor $1,131,338 



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145 



DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY 
AND CITIZENSHIP 

Hon. J. Yaremko, Minister (Statutory, see page 150) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($3,889,619) 

R. M. Warren Deputy Provincial Secretary and Deputy Minister 

of Citizenship 34,424 

D. R. Colombo, 21,038; R. G. Lewis, 29,407; D. Martyn, 20,033; Other salaries 

and wages, 3,784,717 3,889,619 

Employee Benefits ($245,931) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 52,478; Group Insurance 
Plan, 4,051; Long Term Income Protection, 4,170; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 
9,744; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 17,651; Ontario Hospital Plan, 8,553; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, 142,790; Unemployment Insurance, 6,494 245,931 

Travelling Expenses ($188,092) 

Hon. J. Yaremko, 2,955; Hon. F. M. Cass, 555; Hon. A. Renter, 445; Air Canada, 10,494; 
G. Bryson, 2,988; C. O. Burke, 2,780; R. j. Burnet, 2,595; D. Ellis, 3,565; B. E. McKay, 
5,213; Noganosh, 2,663; Department of Public Works, 21,069; T. M. Richardson, 3,403; 
J. R. Sexsmith, 3,588; W. E. Steinkraus, 2,665; R. Thorpe, 2,724; J. A. Tschirky, 
3.522; C. S. Willis. 2.699; Other accounts, 114,169 188,092 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,808,740) 

E. Burns, 19,912; Canadian Kodak Sales, 10,610; Carswell Printing Co., Ltd., 33,962 
Department of Correctional Services, 10,470; Department of Public Works, 641,644 
International Business Machines, 55,260; International Institute of Toronto, 22,426 
Itek, 16,207; McConnell Advertising, 18,886; New Canadian Publications, 73,593 
Population Research Group, 12,000; Receiver General of Canada, 171,564; Ryerson 
Press, 214,926; Xerox, 47,760; Accounts under $10,000, 459,520 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($1,538,812) 

Community Programs and Grants ($154,503) : 

Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies, 1,500; Black Information Service 
of Ottawa, 2,000; Canadian Estonian Historical Commission, 1,000; Canadian Multi- 
Cultural Council, 1,000; Canadian Multi-Cultural Theatre Association, 2,050; Canadian 
Polish Congress, 1,000; Caribbean Cultural Committee Caribana, 4,000; Chinese 
Catholic Centre, 5,500; Chinese Community Centre of Ontario Inc., 1,000; Chinese 
Community of Hamilton, Committee for Promotion of Chinese Culture, 1,000; Com- 
munity Information and Action Service, 1,000; Cumberland Street Drop-In-Centre, 4,000; 
Ethnic Press Association, 5,000; Federation of the Italo-Canadian Association and Clubs, 
23,000; The First Portuguese Canadian Club of Toronto, 1,000; German-Canadian Council 
for the Arts, 1,000; Hamilton Portuguese Information Centre, 800; Indian Immigrant 
Aid Services, 3,500; Inter- Agency Council for Services to Immigrants and Migrants, 
5,000; Inter-Faith Immigration Committee, 10,000; International House, 3,000; Inter- 
national Institute of Metropolitan Toronto, 15,000; Inter-University Committee on 
Canadian Slavs, 1,000; Italian Costumes and Folklore Ballet of Canada, 2,000; Italian 
Telephone Interpreting Service, 1,000; Jewish Immigrant Aid Services of Canada, 10,000; 
Latvian Relief Society of Canada, 2,000; Maison Francaise De Toronto, 5,000; Mental 
Health Council of the Borough of York, 1,500; Metro International Caravan, 2,000; 
Mobility CounselHng Services, 2,500; National Inter-Faith Immigration Committee, 500; 
Neighbours Association, 1,000; Ottawa Young Men's and Young Women's Christian 
Association, 2,000; Royal Ontario Museum, 3,000; St. Catharines Folk Arts Council, 2,500; 



.808,740 



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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 



St. Clair Community Youth Council, 1,000; Southern Africa Canada Association, 3,000; 
Ukrainian Canadian Committee, 2,400; Ukrainian Canadian Festival of the Arts, 4,500; 
Ukrainian Canadian University Students' Union, 2,500; Ukrainian National Federation 
of Canada Incorporated, 1,000; Woodgreen Elderly Persons' Centre, 2,500; Young 

Men's and Young Women's Christian Association (London), 1,000; Programs under 

$500, 8,253 154,503 

Community Projects and Grants ($135,500) : 

Action League for Physically Handicapped Advancement (ALPHA), 2,000; Asso- 
ciation Co-Operative D'Habitation De Sudbury, 1,500; Association of Women Elec- 
tors of Metropolitan Toronto, 3,000; Bathurst Summit Ratepayers Association, 
500; Bureau of Social Services for Orillia and District, 2,500; Canadian Council 
on Social Development, 1,500; Care Line, 750; Community Information and Action 
Service, 2,000; Community Information Centre of Metropolitan Toronto, 5,000; Com- 
munity Information Centre of Ottawa-Carleton, 10,000; Don Mills Residents Association, 
1,200; Don Vale Community Centre, 1,500; Downtown Community Citizens Organization, 
600; Flemingdon Park Advisory Council, 2,000; Galt-Preston-Hespeler Just Society, 1,200; 
Hamilton and District Central Information Service, 10,250; Information London, 6,000; 
Laneway Community School, 2,000; Me and My Friends, 2,000; The Mental Health 
Council of Scarborough, 3,000; Mohawk Gardens Tenants' Association, 1,750; Muskoka 
Lakes Take-A-Break, 500; New Sudbury Community Service Centre Committee, 7,000; 
North Jarvis Community Association, 1,100; The North Frontenac Communications 
Group, 1,000; North Gloucester Community Study, 1,000; One Parent Family Workshop, 
550; Ontario Conference on Local Government, 10,000; Ontario Craft Foundation, 5,950; 
Ontario Housing Tenants' Association, 3,000; Operation Family Rights, 1,360; Ottawa 
Research Foundation, 1,200; Parkdale Single Parents' Organization, 700; Regent Park 
Community Services Unit, 7,000; Scarlettwood Tenants' Association, 950; Seaway 
Community Service, 5,000; Social Planning Council of Metropohtan Toronto, 10,000; 
Social Planning Council of Oakville and District, 500; Steering Committee for Information 
Services, 1,500; Sudbury Tenants' Association, 960; ThorncUffe Information Post, 500; 
United Community Services of Greater Windsor, 3,720; Vincent Community Council, 
540; Ward Five Citizens' Association, 1,000; West Hamilton Community Council, 500; 
Windsor West Citizens' Organization, 800; Projects under $500, 8,920 135,500 

Community Development Projects for Indian People as approved by the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council ($1,241,347) : 
Amik Association, 78,480; Armstrong Indian & Meti Association, 1,950; Aroland Indian 
Association, 12,900; Auden Community Self-Improvement Association Incorporated, 
17,500; Big Trout Lake Indian Band, 2,000; Canadian Indian Centre of Toronto, 
28,500; Central Ontario Regional Amalgamated Indian Development Council (CORAID), 
13,400; Chimik Ventures, 10,000; Chippewas of Georgina Island Indian Band, 23,500; 
Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point Indian Band, 10,000; Chippewas of Sarnia Band, 
25,000; Craft Foundation of Ontario Indians, 25,000; Deer Lake Indian Band. 9,000; 
Dinorwic Metis Corporation, 2,000; Eagle Lake Indian Band, 10,000; Grand Council 
Treaty Number Three, 32,500; Hickling-Johnson Limited, 19,500; Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario Aroland, 3,636; Indian Crafts of Ontario, 50,000; 
Indian Eskimo Association, 11,000; Indian Hall of Fame, 10,000; Institute of Iroquoian 
Studies, 850; Keewatinung Anishnabe Institute, 10,000; Kenomadiwin News, 2,500; 
Kenomadiwin Radio, 10,000; Lac La Croix Indian Band, 10,000; Lake Nipigon Metis 
Corporation, 3,850; Long Lake Number Fifty Eight Indian Band, 4,200; Meetings 
Seventy One, 199,998; Mississauga (Blind River) Indian Band, 12,500; Moose Factory 
Indian Band, 6,600; N'Amerind Indian Friendship Centre (London), 15,250; Neen-Da-Win 
Corporation, 36,300; Nishnawabe Institute, 15,000; Ontario Department of Lands & 
Forests, 15,000; Ontario Federation of Friendship Centres, 15,400; Ontario Housing 
Corporation, 98,000; Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, 25,000; Ontario Metis & 
Non-Status Associations, 8,000; Parry Island Indian Band, 35,000; Parry Sound Indian 



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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 



Friendship Centre, 9.500; Rama Indian Band, 4,500; Red Lake Indian Friendship Centre, 
6,700; Rural Learning Association, 36,350; Sioux Lookout Fellowship and Communica- 
tion Centre, 3,000; Spring Bay Corporation, 5,000; Technical Economists Limited, 2,500; 
Thunder Bay Friendship Centre, 14,000; Thunder Bay Indian Friendship Centre, 15,000; 
Thunderbird Indian Friendship Centre, 4,250; Toronto Junior Chamber of Commerce, 
6,000; Trent University, 16,000; Union of Ontario Indians, 100,800; University of 
Waterloo, 15,000; Wabusk Corporation, 4,000; Walpole Island Indian Band, 25,000; 
West Bay Indian Band, 5,285; Whitefish Bay Indian Band, 17,500; Widjitiwin Corpora- 
tion, 11,000; Wikwemikong Indian Band, 4,500; Projects under $500, 16,148 1,241,347 

Grants and expenses in connection with Commonwealth Parliamentary Association 
($7,462): 
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, 3,750; Hon. F. M. Cass re Association 

Conferences, 1,510; Hon. A. E. Renter re Association Conferences, 1,800; Other 

accounts under $ 10,000, 402 7,462 

Other ($3,415,753) 

Government Hospitality Fund ($124,551) : 

I'Agence de Co-Operatio Culturelle et Technique, 4,269; Alcohol & Drug Concerns Inc., 
12th Annual Institute on Addictions, Luncheon, 548; All Indian Week-End Lacrosse 
Tournament, Dinner, 782; American Association of Sports Medicine and Canadian 
Association of Sports Sciences Reception & Dinner, 80; American Band Masters Associa- 
tion, 98; British Columbia Centennial 71 Car Rally, Breakfast, 384; Bureau of Inter- 
national Federation of Jeunesses Musicales, Dinner & Reception, 444; Canadian 
Amateur Hockey Association, Dinner, 1,559; Canadian Amateur Sychronized Swimming 
Championship, Dinner, 1,209; Canadian Association of Health, Physical Education & 
Recreation, Dinner, 4,178; Canadian Association of Motor Transport Authorities, 
Dinner, 1,182; Canadian Cerebral Palsy Association Dinner, 1,211; Canadian Corps of 
Commissioners Dinner, 1,172; Canadian Dental Association Luncheon, 4,749; Canadian 
Figure Championship Dinner, 3,609; Canadian Foundation on Alcohol & Drug 
Dependencies Dinner, 838; Canadian Horticultural Society Dinner, 3,343; Canadian 
Hungarian Federation Dinner, 540; Canadian Inter-Collegiate Hockey Championships 
Dinner, 1,527; Canadian & International Table Tennis Championships, Buffet Dinner, 
2,055; Canadian Lawn Bowling Association Championships Dinner, 1,172; Canadian 
Managing Editors' Conference Dinner, 1,261; Canadian Mathematical Congress Dinner, 
1,378; 1972 Canadian (Rothmans) Police Curling Championships Dinner, 726; Canadian 
Save The Children Fund Luncheon, 91 ; Canadian Save The Children Fund (Canadian 
College Bowl) Luncheon, 943; Canadian Symphony Orchestras 1st Annual Conference 
Dinner, 197; Canadian TB & RD Association & Canadian Thoric Society Dinner, 2,206; 
Canadian Women's Press Club Dinner, 1,486; Canadian Junior & Senior Water Polo 
Championships Dinner, 982; Cobalt Annual Miners' Festival Buffet Dinner, 750; Colombo 
Plan Seminar, 427, Consular Corps Reception, 2,488; Co-Operative Union of Canada 
Biennial Congress Dinner, 967; Dairy Farmers of Canada Dinner, 1,426; Discovery of 
Insulin 50th Anniversary Celebration Dinner, 4,323; Eastern Canada Regional Conference 
Dinner, 4,564; Eastern Regional Association of Sales Tax Administrators Dinner & 
Reception, 2,413; France-Canada Association Mission Dinner, 1,259; Glidden Tour 1971 
Coffee Reception, 990; Grant African Methodist Episcopal Church Dinner, 1,000; 
Hadassah-Wizo National Convention Dinner, 5,219; International Union of Local 
Authorities Dinner, 2,625; Inter-University Committee on Canadian Slavs Luncheon, 
1,196; International Youth Conference on Human Environment Luncheon, 990; Junior 
Chamber of Commerce National Convention ( Jaycees) Dinner, 4,002 ; Kinsmans National 
Convention Luncheon, 4,324; Michigan-Ontario Identification Association Dinner, 955; 
Multi-Cultural Breakfast, 380; National Defence College, 280; National Indian Brother- 
hood Assembly Dinner, 918; National Prisoner of War Association Dinner, 2,009; 
Ontario Heart Foundation International Symposium on Atherosclerosis Luncheon, 314; 



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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 



Ontario Jaycees 1971 Convention Luncheon, 4,037; Ontario, Quebec, Maritime & 
Caribbean Kiwanis Convention Luncheon, 4,501 ; Ontario Recreation Society 1st Annual 
Meeting Dinner, 4,113; Ontario Round Table Conference on Education, Communication & 
The New Technologies Dinner, 647; Parent Co-operative Pre-School International 
Conference-Dinner, 3,122; Photographic Society of American-Luncheon, 541 ; Polish 
Alliance of Canada-Dinner, 2,491 ; Shark International World Championships-Dinner, 
2,261; Silver Cross Women of Canada-Dinner, 884; Sundry Accounts, Flags, Flowers, 
Presentations, Printing Stock, 4,475; Ukrainian Catholics of Canada-Dinner, 600; 
U.S.S.R. Delegation-Dinner, 4,810; World Medical Association Formal Dinner, 4,810; 
Visit of Prime Minister of Ceylon-Luncheon, 121; Visit of Finnish Parliamentary 
Delegation, 22; Visit of Greek Ambassador to Canada, 300; Visit of Indian Parliamentary 
Speaker, 77; Visit of Indian Parliamentary Secretary-Dinner, 48; Visit of Israeli 
Ambassador to Canada Luncheon, 280; Visit of Italian Parliamentarians Reception & 
Luncheon, 403; Visit of Italian Senator Picardo-Reception, 106; Visit of Under- 
Secretary of State Italian Department of Foreign Affairs-Luncheon, 236; Visit of 
Japan-Canada Ministerial Meeting (Provincial Share), 1,043; Visit of Korean Speaker 
(H. S. Rhee), 235 ; Visit of New Zealand High Commissioner, 71 124,551 

Memorial Wreaths ($10,574) : 

Canadian Legion Ontario Provincial Command B.E.S.L., 10,574 10,574 

Minister's Indian Advisory Committee ($3,303) : 

Accounts under $10,000 3,303 

Members' services, including secretarial, research, office equipment and supplies, maintenance, 
printing, etc. ($822,005) : 

Salaries ; 

Sundry persons employed for members (not public servants) 651,570 

Miscellaneous : 

Acme Business Machines, 12,109; Department of Public Works, 45,029; A. B. Dick 

Co., 11,111; Whyte Hook Papers, Ltd., 12,235; Accounts under $10,000, 89,951 170,435 

Indemnities and Allowances to Members, including Mileage ($2,282,136) : 
Indemnities: 

81 Members at $12,000 per annum 972,000 

36 " " 5,344 " " 192,393 

36 " " 6,656 " " 239,607 

1,404,000 



Additional Indemnities: 

Leader of the Opposition — R. F. Nixon 15,000 

Leader of the New Democratic Party — S. Lewis 4,000 

Speaker— Hon. F. M. Cass, 2,773; Hon. A. E. Reuter, 2,227 sioOO 

Deputy Speaker and Chairman of the Committees of the Whole House— 

A. E. Reuter 4 qoO 

Deputy Chairman of the Committees of the Whole House— R. D. Rowe . . 2^000 

Chairmen of Standing Committees: 

J. A. Belanger, 1,000; J. R. Breithaupt, 1,000; M. Hamilton, 1,000; 

R. G. Hodgson, 1,000; W. Hodgson, 1,000; A. K. Meen, 1,000; 

O. F. Villeneuve, 1 ,000 7,000 

Chief Government Whip— A. Carruthers, 1,831 ; R. D. Kennedy, 169 2^000 

Deputy Government Whip— B. Gilbertson, 85; R. D. Kennedy, 915; 

W. Newman, 915 ; G. E. Smith, 85 2 000 



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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 



Whip of Official Opposition— S. Farquhar, 454; H. Worton, 300 754 

Whip of New Democratic Party — J. E. Stokes 1,000 

42,754 

Mileage 87,396 

Allowance for Expenses : 

81 Members at $6,000 per annum 486,000 

36 " " 2,672 " annum 96,197 

36 " " 3,328 " " 119,803 



Representation Allowance: 

Ministers of the Crown in charge of a Department at $2,000 per annum. . 41,754 

Ministers of the Crown without Portfolio at $1,000 per annum 2,232 

Leader of the Opposition at $2,000 per annum 2,000 



702,000 



45,986 

Committee Fees ($164,184) : 

Select Committee to inquire into and review The Corporations Act of the Province of 
Ontario and related Acts and Regulations including The Corporations Information 
Act and The Mortmain and Charitable Uses Act ($64,086) ; 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1972, $460,011) 

Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings and Travelling: 

A. K. Meen, Chairman, 120; J. Clement, 150; E. R. Good, 150; W. Hodgson, 
150; R. M. Johnston, 100; P. D. Lawlor, 50; L. M. Reilly, 100; J. Renwick, 
100; Mrs. M. Scrivener, 100; V. M. Singer, 100; G. E. Smith, 200 1,320 

Travelling Disbursements: 

A. K. Meen, Chairman, 41; J. Clement, 45; E. R. Good, 52; W. Hodgson, 22; 

R. M. Johnston, 148 ; Mrs. M. Scrivener, 2 ; G. E. Smith, 89 399 

Miscellaneous : 

McCarthy and McCarthy, 27,081 ; Mono Lino Typesetting Co., 12,509; Accounts 

under $10,000, 22,777 62,367 

Select Committee to review the terms and provisions of the Election Laws and any 
related Acts and Regulations in the light of modern needs, practices and concepts, for 
the proper representation of those qualified to vote and to report its findings and 
recommendations to this Assembly ($11,551) : 

(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1972, $193,074) 

Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings and Travelling: 

J. A. Belanger, 150; Hon. L. Bernier, 50; B. Newman, 150; C. T. Rollins, 150 500 

Travelling Disbursements : 

J. A. Belanger, 109; B. Newman, 99; C. T. Rollins, 108 316 

Miscellaneous : 

Accounts under $10,000 10,735 

Select Committee on Economic and Cultural Nationalism ($48,930) : 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1972, $48,930) 

Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings and TraveUing: 

R. D. Rowe, Chairman, 1,560; D. M. Deacon, 1,400; I. Deans, 900; S. Handleman, 



150 



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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 



1,450; R. G. Hodgson, 1,475; R. D. Kennedy, 1,250; N. Leluk, 1, 250; E. W. 
Martel, 1,750; W. Newman, 650; R. S. Smith, 1,250; G. Walker, 1,450 

Travelling Disbursements : 

R. D. Rowe, Chairman, 633; D. M. Deacon, 308; I. Deans, 340; S. Handleman, 
780; R. G. Hodgson, 562; R. D. Kennedy, 200; N. Leluk, 151; E. W. Martel, 
782 ; W. Newman, 87 ; R. S. Smith, 627 ; G. Walker, 822 

Miscellaneous: 

Accounts under $10,000 

Select Committee on the Utilization of Educational Facihties ($39,597) : 
(Cumulative Expenses to March 31, 1972, $39,597) 

Per Diem Allowances for Expenses Attending Meetings and Travelling: 

J. R. Smith, Chairman, 1,740; R. Beckett, 650; Mrs. M. Birch, 1,100; J. Foulds, 
800; M. Gaunt, 1,100; L. C. Henderson, 1,500; J. Jessiman, 1,350; F. Laughren, 
1,250; C. E. Mcl.veen, 1,050; J. McNie, 800; B. Newman, 1,600 

Travelling Disbursements : 

J. R. Smith, Chairman, 432; R. Beckett, 56; Mrs. M. Birch, 162; J. Foulds, 479; 
M. Gaunt, 315; L. C. Henderson, 611; J. Jessiman, 819; F. Laughren, 596; 
C. E. Mcllveen, 104 ; J. McNie, 252 ; B. Newman, 650 

Miscellaneous : 

Accounts under $10,000 

Miscellaneous Payments re Standing Committees 

Allowance to Mr. Speaker in lieu of Contingencies ($9,000) : 

Hon. F. M. Cass, 5,000 ; Hon. A. E. Reuter, 4,000 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. J. Yaremko 

Minister without Portfolio— Salaries ($11,270) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. E. A. Dunlop (April i, 1971 to October 28, 1971), 2,882; Hon. R. T. Potter (April 1, 1971 
to February 1, 1972), 4,194; Hon. J. W. Snow (April 1, 1971 to February 1, 1972), 
4,194 

The Vital Statistics Act ($530) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 483, Sees. 1 1 and 36 

Sundry Registrars, Registration Fees 



4,385 



5,292 



29,253 



12,940 

4,476 

22,181 
20 

9.000 



15,000 



11,270 



530 



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DEPARTMENT OF PROVINCIAL SECRETARY AND CITIZENSHIP — Continued 



Expenses of Elections ($5,781,105) 

The Election Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 142 

Electorial Districts: 

Algoma, 34,798; Algoma-ManitouHn, 32,886; Brant, 28,946; Brantford, 48,356; Carleton, 
59,500; Carleton East, 56,091 ; Chatham-Kent, 36,790; Cochrane North, 38,888; Cochrane 
South, 38,736 ; Dufferin-Simcoe, 41 ,087 ; Durham, 33,329 ; Elgin, 45,574 ; Essex-Kent, 30,386 ; 
Essex South, 38,475 ; Fort Wilham, 44 082 ; Frontenac-Addington, 38,526 ; Glengarry, 29,213 ; 
Grenville-Dundas, 36,775; Grey-Bruce, 51,874; Grey South, 38,865; Haldimand-Norfolk, 
47,005; Halton East, 62,613; Halton West, 62,749; Hamilton Centre, 42,722; Hamilton 
East, 41 ,393 ; Hamilton Mountain, 46,514 ; Hamilton West, 47,829 ; Hastings, 32,658 ; Huron, 
29,534; Huron-Bruce, 32,258; Kenora, 41.809; Kent, 28,845; Kingston/ Islands, 46,165; 
Kitchener, 62,750; Lambton, 35,273; Lanark, 36,091; Leeds, 38,899; Lincoln, 51,317; 
London North, 64,001; London South, 66,537; Middlesex North, 27,777; Middlesex 
South, 46,666; Muskoka, 32,205; Niagara Falls, 47,782; Nickel Belt, 33,149; Nipissing, 
55,241; Northumberland, 39,471; Ontario, 34,150; Ontario South, 45,362; Oshawa, 
58,430; Ottawa Centre, 50,905; Ottawa East, 46,270; Ottawa South, 68,859; Ottawa West, 
66,251; Oxford, 51,262; Parry Sound, 37,756; Peel North, 78,683; Peel South, 82,421; 
Perth, 50,180; Peterborough, 68,821; Port Arthur, 40,454; Prescott and Russell, 
40,845; Prince Edward-Lennox, 33,099; Quinte, 45,831; Rainy River, 35,476; Renfrew 
North, 38,632; Renfrew South, 33,016; St. Catharines, 60,821; Sandwich-Riverside, 
57,319; Sarnia, 44,762; Sault Ste. Marie, 48,727; Simcoe Centre, 49,626; Simcoe East, 
41,167; Stormont, 41,376; Sudbury, 45,938; Sudbury East, 44,587; Thunder Bay, 33,422; 
Timiskaming, 49,164; Victoria-Haliburton, 38,244; Waterloo North, 54,905; Waterloo 
South, 49,129; Welland, 44,284; Welland South, 40,408; Wellington-Dufferin, 30,884; 
Wellington South, 52,490; Wentworth, 47,588; Wentworth North, 41,371; Windsor- 
Walkerville, 51,251; Windsor West, 51,699; York Centre, 54,495; York North, 45,907; 
Metropolitan Toronto — Armourdale, 50,880; Beaches- Woodbine, 48,992; Bellwoods, 
34,925; Don Mills, 54,296; Dovercourt, 38,113; Downsview, 54,356; Eglinton, 56,985; 
Etobicoke, 66,276; High Park, 54,591; Humber, 49,961; Lakeshore, 42,151; Parkdale, 
33,815; Riverdale, 44,232; St. Andrew-St. Patrick, 38,265; St. David, 45,780; St. George, 
54,163; Scarborough Centre, 51,060; Scarborough East, 49,764; Scarborough North, 
59,633; Scarborough West, 52,780; York East, 58,337; York-Forest Hill, 58,391; York 
Mills, 106,550; York South, 49,280; York West, 63,805; Yorkview, 80,897 5,526,975 

Other payments: 

Crystalplex Plastics, 91,659; Department of Public Works, 100,335; 

Dominion Lock Co., Ltd., 16.898; Accounts under $10,000, 45,238 254,130 



5,781,105 



Total Expenditure, Department of Provincial Secretary 

and Citizenship $16,894,852 



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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS 

Hon. J. A. C. Auld. Minister (Statutory, see page 159) 
Hon. J. W. Snow, Minister (Statutory, see page 159) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($20,907,295) 

T. R. Hilliard Deputy Minister 31 ,480 

J. C. Thatcher " " 4,554 

M. J. Algar, 24,415; W. G. Bentley, 20,130; R. G. Clarke. 21,346; D. G. Creba, 31,749; 
D. Dastur, 23,628; D. G. Dykes, 20,473; M. S. Fitzpatrick, 21,487; H. T. Hurson, 
21,346; D. E. Jamieson. 21,417; S. F. Jones. 23.583; G. Kellner. 20,790; J. J. Kelly, 
29,169; W. Kinmond, 21.405; D. Y. Lewis, 21,971; G. A. Mann, 26,300; B. J. Mills, 
21,432; E. Pasternak, 22,625; L. Pencak, 20,215; D. R. Sly. 20,909; A. R. Taylor, 

20,751; P. Vanthof, 20,790; D. Walker, 22,074; D. G. Wells, 21,487; Other salaries 

and wages, 20,351 ,769 20,907,295 



Employee Benefits ($1,496,846) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 238,677; Group Insurance, 
19,190; Long Term Income Protection, 24,510; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 57,849; 
Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 117,024; Ontario Hospital Plan, 60,285; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, 763,528; Unemployment Insurance, 36,914. . 1,317,977 

Receiver General of Canada — re Unemployment Insurance 69,842 

Workmen's Compensation Board 106,079 

Payments to other departments re various benefits 2,948 



1,496,846 



Travelling Expenses ($605,686) 

Hon. J. A. C. Auld, 2,477; Hon. J. W. Snow, 600; C. R. Adams, 4,137; J. Almas, 3,404 
S. K. Appleby, 2,564; E. G. Barry, 2,700; E. Beaudette, 2,763; L. Butrant, 2,535 
D. Boag, 2.766; G. W. Brennan, 3.564; D. Campbell, 5.173; R. Fee, 3,600; H. C. Foster 
4,944; J. S. Gibson, 3.462; L. Gordon. 2,948; E. R. Gregory, 2,869; P. D. Henry, 2,976 
R. W. Johnston, 2,980; W. E. Johnston, 4,080; J. Kessler, 3,793; W. L. Lace, 4,837 
H. E. Leach, 3,379; G. Linsey, 2,626; J. McGinnis, 4,207; J. McLachlan, 2,500; J. Mallar 
2,885; W. H. Martin, 2,974; D. R. Melvin, 3,145; J. R. Moore, 2,775; D. Persaud, 2,640 
R. W. Plewes, 2,916; R. Pruvh, 3,993; H. I. Richardson, 4,470; J. Rimmer, 5,487 
J. E. Roberts. 3.006; C. M. Robertson, 2,556; C. Schernekau, 3,463; B. Scale, 3,982 
B. Shea, 2,634; H. A. Siemens, 3,458; C. P. Spence, 2,667; C. Stubbington, 2,514 
J. A. Sword, 4,689; Mrs. A. R. Taylor, 2,766; W. S. Van Engen, 4,474; C. Walpole 
5,258; E. Wrightman, 2.938; Other accounts uiider $2,500, 448,112 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($119,758,436) 

A & A Painters & Decorators, 17,910; A. & K. Roofing, 10.601; AA-One Maintenance Co., 
28,000; A.B.M. Construction, Ltd., 12,711; A. D. C. Dental Supply & Service, 15,994 
Ace Janitorial Service, 44,100; Ace Wrecking Co., 11,440; Acklands, Ltd., 19,529 
Acme Plumbing & Heating, 24,619; Acousticon Dictagraph Co. of Canada, Ltd., 49,540 
Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 68,021; P. Adduono & Osborne Hill, 29,627 
Pat Adduono, 17,525; Algoma Maintenance & Services, Ltd.. 17,804; Algonquin Roofing 
Co., Ltd., 10,900; Allied Building Services (1962), Ltd., 195.918; All Toronto Invest- 
ments, Ltd.. 234.503; R. F. Almas Co., Ltd., 189,103; Alumicor, Ltd., 35,228; Aluminum 
Glass Services, Ltd., 10,302; Aluminum Home Improvements, Ltd., 17,897; American 
Air Filter of Canada, Ltd., 22,496; American Can of Canada, Ltd., 20,031; Ancaster 
Agricultural Society, 14,724; Anchor Textiles, Ltd., 17,508; J. Anderson Construction, 



605,686 



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15,543; Andotte Investments, Ltd., 476,496; Andreynolds Co., Ltd., 29,460; S. Anglin 
Co., Ltd., 17,129; Armor Elevator Canada, Ltd., 31,073; Armstrong Bros. 56,741; Art 
Laboratory Furniture, Ltd., 152,928; Aselford-Martin, Ltd., 50,855; Ashburnham Holdings, 
Ltd., 38,400; Associated Architects for Queen's Park Project, 290,002; Atco Quebec, 
Ltee., 18,658; Atlas-Apex Roofing, Ltd., 33,168; Avebla, Ltd., 125,921; Atlas Heating & 
Air Conditioning, 32,002; B. I. B. Construction, Ltd., 17,973; B.P. Oil, Ltd., 14,365; 
Bacon Engineering, Ltd., 120,201; Gerald E. Baird Contractors, Ltd., 22,866; Ball 
Brothers, Ltd., 798,011; R. L. Baldwin, 15,793; Peke Bangma Contracting Co., Ltd., 
52,806; Bank of Montreal, 46,207; Baragar- Russell, Ltd., 63,510; Barnes Security Services, 
Ltd., 274,811; City of Barrie, 18,572; Barrie Plumbing Supply Co., Ltd., 22,698; Bathurst 
Floor Cleaners, 29,748; Beamsville Construction, Ltd., 34,736; A. Battaglia Construction 
Co., Ltd., 83,125; Beaver Construction (Ontario), Ltd., 26,225; Belanger Construction 
Co., Ltd., 66,197; G. R. Belanger, 12,401; Lloyd Belec & Clinton V. Robertson, 11,641; 
Bell & Howell Canada, Ltd., 13,575; Bell Canada, 3,633,541; Bennett & Wright Con- 
tractors, Ltd., 10,806; Bergman Builders Kenora, Ltd., 98,552; Berkdale Investments, 
Ltd., 95,640; Berkley Contracting, Ltd., 46,859; Berta Developments, Ltd., 20,094; 
E. Black & Associates, 13,063; Black & McDonald, Ltd., 37,611; Boggs Construction, 
Ltd., 43,171 ; Bonner Development Co., Ltd., 18,715; William Borenstein, 28,467 ; Borland & 
Orchard, Ltd., 14,325; Bothwell-Accurate Co., Ltd., 18,650; Town of Bowmanville, 26,731 ; 
Edward E. Boyd, Ltd., 29,500; Boys, Seagram & Rowe, 17,432; Bradfield-Heme Con- 
struction, Ltd., 11,551; Bramalea Consolidated Developments, Ltd., 11,640; Brandon & 
Hopkins, Ltd., 43,332; County of Brant, 67,570; City of Brantford, 77,730; Breen 
Mechanical & Electrical Contractors, Ltd., 15,059; Fredrick B. Brisco, 18,720; Arthur S. 
& Margaret L. Broughton, 35,936; Thomas J. & Mary M. Broughton, 88,014; Robert S. & 
Ruth M. Broughton, 49,500; Brown & Huston, Ltd., 144,610; Keith Brown Motor Sales, 
Ltd., 35,195; County of Bruce, 65,933; Ben Bruinsma & Sons, Ltd., 101,028; Brunet 
Painting, 14,350; Brunwsick Mfg. Co., Ltd., 44,098; Brushard Enterprises, Ltd., 111,461; 
A. Buchanan Floor Coverings, Ltd., 58,485; Builders' Supplies, Ltd., 14,400; Bumstead's 
Electric, Plumbing, Heating, Ventilating, Ltd., 18,440; D. H. Burns Heating, Ltd., 
40,354; George Percival Buscemi, 12,156; C & K Steeplejack Co., Ltd., 14,857; CDC 
Contract Drapery Co., 20,219; C. M. R. Construction & Engineering, 19,406; Cadillac Com- 
mercial Properties, 891,245; Caduceus, Ltd., 32,459; Canada Building, 14,829; Canada 
Building Materials, Ltd., 13,099; E. G. M. Cape & Co., Ltd., 784,677; Canada Permanent 
Mortgage Corp., 18,672; Canada Square Management, Ltd., 365,973; Canadian Admiral 
Corp., Ltd., 18,712; Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 64,698; Canadian Fihng Equip- 
ment, Ltd., 18,060; Canadian Fire Hose Corp., Ltd., 11,129; Canadian General Electric 
Co., Ltd., 78,231; Canadian Interurban Properties, Ltd., 145,165; Canadian Johns- 
Manville Co., Ltd., 25,768; Canadian Laboratory Supplies, Ltd., 55,118; Canadian 
Library Supply Co., Ltd., 54,059; Canadian Mill Supply Co., Ltd., 11,679; Canadian 
National Exhibition, 89,701; Canadian National Railways, 14,996; Canadian Pittsburgh 
Industries, Ltd., 17,455; Canadian Seating Co., Ltd., 13,646; Canadian Westinghouse 
Co., Ltd., 15,980; Caravelle Carpets, Ltd., 42,594; Carrier Air Conditioning (Canada), Ltd., 
26,125; Carrington Construction Co., Ltd., 58,503; Cassidy's, Ltd., 38,531; Cedardale 
Scrap Iron & Metals (1968), Ltd., 16,511; Centennial Carpet Mfg., Ltd., 46,747; Central 
Mechanical Contractors (Guelph), Ltd., 43,264; Central Store Fixture & Furniture Mfg., 
Ltd., 62,952; J. & M. Chartrand Realty, Ltd., 20,000; Chickadee Investments, Ltd., 
35,064; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 40,800; Chubb-Mosler & Taylor Safes, Ltd., 98,924; 
Cities Heating Co., Ltd., 131 ,793 ; City Parking Canada, Ltd. , 1 1 ,086 ; City Snow Removal & 
Sweeping, 107,094; Howard S. Clark Construction Co., 19,832; John Clark Bldg. 
Enterprises, Ltd., 143,423; Cleaver Brooks of Canada, Ltd., 18,629; Wilham H. & 
E. Hazel Clugston, 12,180; Coady Construction, Ltd., 10,481 ; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, 
Ltd., 41,613; Cole Lumber Co., Ltd., 36,189; College Flair, (George Herczeg), 33,826; 
Colonial Electric Co., 29,327; Columbia Commonwealth Corp., Ltd., 28,020; Commercial 
Property Services, Ltd., 76,465; Concept Furniture International, Ltd., 18,905; Con- 
solidated Maintenance Services, Ltd., 539,607; Consumers' Gas Co., 447,247; Consumers 
Lumber Co., Ltd., 10,000; Contemporary Walls, 38,618; Cook & Leitch, Ltd., 22,432; 
Allan G. Cook, 11,885; Cool-Air Systems, Ltd., 87,759; Corporate Properties, Ltd., 94,683; 
Cosmopohtan Security Co., (Canada), Ltd., 31,221; Crane Canada, Ltd., 31,511; T. P. 



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Crawford, Ltd., 42,950; Creative Sight & Sound Co., Ltd., 65,935; Cresswell-Pomeroy, 
Ltd., 51,221; Crittal Fenestra, Ltd., 18,431; Crown Building Cleaning, 12,000; Croy-Roy 
Distributors, Ltd., 264,183; Curtis Products, Ltd., 98,532; Cushman & Wakefield, Inc., 
12,603; Custom Construction Registered, 13,265; Custom Trailers, Ltd., 11,525; Cutaia 
Investments, Ltd., 123,652; D.M.M. Realty, Ltd., 14,058; Daily Commercial News, Ltd., 
19,907; Dalton Insurance Agencies, Ltd., 11,409; Danron, Ltd., 31,722; Dareff Develop- 
ments, Ltd., 151,339; Jim Dart Productions, 10,725; P. Davidson Excavating Co., 
14,391 ; Delta Decorating, Ltd., 14,022; Dental Company of Canada, Ltd., 38,921; Depew, 
Ham & Gardner, 750,000; Desco of Ontario, Ltd., 12,082; Designage Industries, Ltd., 
15,785; Design Craft, Ltd., 10,698; Design Woodwork, Ltd., 13,810; Deutz Diesel 
(Canada), Ltd., 32,344; A. B. Dick Co. of Canada, Ltd., 27,646; Dickson & Ventin, 
81,167; Dilido Investments, Ltd., 230,670; J. & J. Dineley, Ltd., 61,424; Dixon Van Lines, 
Ltd.. 11,426; Dodge & Dodge Corp., Ltd., 63,669; Dodge Construction Co., Ltd., 322,039; 
Dominion Lumber Co., Ltd., 11,721; Dominion Metal Ware Industries, Ltd., 15,319; 
Dominion Soil Investigation, Ltd., 13,275; Dominion Stores, Ltd., 11,820; Dover Corp. 
(Canada), Ltd., 274,726; Downs Wood, Ltd., 37,402; Draper Brothers Equipment, Ltd., 
17,906; Drew Chemical, Ltd., 65,373; Droge Construction, Ltd., 899,859; Dube Con- 
struction, Ltd., 13,073; County of Dufferin, 36,972; Duff erin- Lawrence Developments, 
Ltd., 18,272; Dufferm Plaza, 31,528; Dufferin Roofing Co., Ltd., 18,875; C. J. Duguid 
Floor Covering, Ltd., 19,684; Duncan Mill Engineering, Ltd. & Karamco, Ltd., In Trust, 
614,151; Catherine E. Duncan, 74,256; Dunham-Bush of Canada, Ltd., 13,122; Dunlop, 
Warden, Matsui & Aitken, 186,380; Du Pont of Canada, Ltd., 35,189; Dyer & Miller 
Bros., Ltd., 10,794; Dynmark, Ltd., 72,616; E-Z Construction, 15,190; Earlscourt Sheet 
Metal Co.. Ltd., 162,031 ; Eastmont Plumbing & Heating, 18,145; C. W. Eaton Furniture 
Co., Ltd., 31,707; Ed- Way Lathing & Acoustical, 12,063; 824 King Street West, Ltd., 
28,335; County of Elgin,' 34,723 ; H. G. Elliott Electrical Contractors, Ltd., 39,794; 
Ellis & Howard, Ltd., 11,117; Ellis-Don, Ltd., 21,451; Emco, Ltd., 55,351; Emmac 
Construction, 54,603; Encyclopaedia Britannica Publications, Ltd., 142,279; English & 
Mould, Ltd., 20,459; John Entwistle Construction, Ltd., 33,981; Town of Essex, 81,430; 
Borough of Etobicoke, 58,005; Etobicoke Hydro, 65.400; Etron, Ltd., 43,500; V. R. 
Evans Construction, Ltd., 11,928; Everite Office Supplies, 24,181; Expanso Construction, 
Ltd., 22,091; Fairview Corp., Ltd., 879,705; Fairwin Construction Co., Ltd., 41.152; 
Fanshawe College of Applied Arts & Technology, 113,673; Farnwood Distributors, Ltd., 
71,738; Farquhar Construction, Ltd., 16,900; Farr Co., Ltd., 14,927; Fassel Construction 
Co., Ltd., 36,818; Field Aviation Co., Ltd., 14,521; Eglinton Ave. E., 22,711; Filuma 
Zonta Door Co., 27,709; M. J. Finn Construction, Ltd., 69,119; Arnold Finkler Industrial, 
16,719; Arnold Finkler, 80,465; Dept. of Financial & Commercial Affairs, 14,521 ; Fischback 
& Moore of Canada, Ltd., 259,168; Fisher Scientific Co., Ltd., 11,895; Fisher-Swyers, 
Ltd., 59,352; Fisher Tedman & Glaister, 270,768; J. G. Fitzgerald & Sons, Ltd., 46,242; 
Fitzgerald, Kelleher, Kurisko & Murphy, In Trust, 20,503; Flemming & Secord & Eraser & 
Macie, 113,029; Flexsteel Industries (Canada), Ltd., 46,269; L. Fortin Construction, 24,730; 
Fowler Construction Co., Ltd., 15,349; Flotillion Investments, Ltd., 118,370; Ford Motor 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 26,490 ; Wm. Ford Construction, Ltd., 19,745; Fort Construction (1970), 
25,449; Eraser Mclntyre Buildings, Ltd., 78,049; Karl Frey Painting Contractor, 
14,652; County of Frontenac, 97,829; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 63,460; Future 
Factories, Ltd., 52,620; Futuric Investments & Rentals, Ltd., 13,055; City of Gait, 
14,757; Maurice Gartenberg, 26,631 ; Dante Gasparotto, 13,818; Arthur E. Gelber, 142,000; 
General Apartment & Commercial Maintenance Co., Ltd., 11,412; General Industrial 
Camps, Ltd., 61,109; General Leaseholds (Sudbury), Ltd., 18,672; General Motors of 
Canada, Ltd., 45,027; General Paper Co., Ltd., 14,532; Samuel M. Gentile, 13,620; 
Gerard Construction (Ontario), Ltd., 95,721; Geron Associates, Ltd., 43,711; Giffels 
Associates, Ltd., 452,233; Township of Gloucester, 22,200; Godfrey Estates, Ltd., 16,886; 
Goldhar & Nemoy, In Trust, 40,790; Goodberry Well Drilling, Ltd., 64,656; Goulding 
Bros. Construction, Ltd., 37,955; Government Stationery Account, 372,964; Graham & 
Graham, Ltd., 31,323; Great Lakes Lumber & Shipping, Ltd., 26,304; F. Greco & 
Sons, Ltd., 82,374; County of Grey, 71,751; Grey Friars Developments Ltd., 421,849; 
Grinnell Sales, Ltd., 27,091; Groom-Callaghan Supply Co., Ltd., 13,098; Guaranty Trust 
Co. of Canada, 16,981 ; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 51,060; City of Guelph, 66,130; University 



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of Guelph, 18,000; Paul E. & Y. Guenette, 11,373; Ivan Gurnsey, 17,545; S. I. Guttman, 
Ltd., 209,053; Hagarty, Buist, Breivik & Milics, 130,870; Haldene Electric Supply, Ltd., 
10,780; County of Haldimand, 35,695; County of Halton, 157,455; City of Hamilton, 
204,404; Wm. J. Hamilton Electric Co., Ltd., 24,190; Harbs Investment Co., 30,400; 
R. E. Harding, Ltd., 13,955; Harlock-Schultz Electric, Ltd., 10,325; Harnox Holdings, 
Ltd., 126,332; Harter Metal Furniture, Ltd., 13,923; Dr. John N. Hartt, 26,256; County of 
Hastings, 71,749; Heather & Little, Ltd., 26,736; Heeringa Bros., Construction, Ltd., 
14,999; Hembruff & Dambrowitz, Ltd.. 51,908; Hentschel's Furniture, Ltd., 16,158; 
Hepburn Bros., Ltd., 42,347; Hermes Construction Co., Ltd., 58,051; Len Hettinga, 
25,807; Hicks Construction, 20,299; Hill Security, Ltd., 56,701; Frank W. Hill & Co.. 
Ltd., 53,566; The Hobart Manufacturing Co., Ltd., 12,388; Messrs. Hoffman & Hobson, 
17 160; Hogrant Co., Ltd., 15,868; Holcan, Ltd., 82,378; Holden, Ford & Haesler, 
inTrust, 278,142; 231,561 Holdings, Ltd., 20,193; Holman Lynn, Ltd., 33,966; G. M. & 
H. O. Holmes, Ltd., 18,145; Honeywell Controls, Ltd., 24,754; Hospital & Kitchen 
Equipment Co., Ltd., 24,875; Hotpack (Canada), Ltd., 23,587; House of Lind, 17,182; 
County of Huron, 73,844; Hutt Fence, Ltd., 13,614; Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario, 125,952; P. L. lapaolo & Co., 14,481; Ideal Plumbing Supplies (Ont.). Ltd., 
10,930; Imperial Furniture Mfg. Co., Ltd., 81,151; The Imperial Life Assurance Co. of 
Canada, 58,253; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 132,332; Imperial School Desks, Ltd., 145,812; 
Industrial Office & Building Corp., Ltd., 88,258; Ingram & Pye, 83,097; Interiors Inter- 
national, Ltd., 37,080; Interior Wall Systems, Ltd., 22,093; IBM Canada, Ltd., 39,329; 
Interoyal Corp., Ltd., 475,190; Isbister Restoration, Ltd., 27,905; Itek Business Pro- 
ducts, Ltd., 18,260; Ivey-Dreger Construction, Ltd., 1,100,697; Jackson-Lewis Co., Ltd., 
25,536; Jackson, Ypes & Associates, 17,000; Fay Jackson, 37,973; Leif Jacobsen, Ltd., 
45,896; Dr. Jan M. Jagaciak, 17,394; 100 James St., S. Rents Trust Account, 37,815; 
Jambor & Osborne, Ltd., 19,081; Eugene Janiss, 24,096; Jannison & Scott, Ltd., 86,439; 
Jon-Dell Developments, Ltd., 22,900; Johnson Bros. Co., Ltd., 25,989; Johnson Controls, 
Ltd., 59,333; Wm. Johnston Construction, 15,194; Ross Johnstone, Ltd., 103,926; Tom 
Jones & Sons, Ltd., 1,823,516; Thomas J. Jones, 80,519; Joyce Properties, Ltd., 21,756; 
Julian Roofing & SuppHes, 16,764; Morris Justein, Ltd., 12,454; Morris Justein & Robert 
Kitzell, 13,091; Kadoke Display, Ltd., 30,851; S. Kamo & Co., Ltd., 30,557; Kamrus 
Construction, Ltd., 1,245,781; Robert J. Kane Painting, 19,995; Karley & Kroetsch 
Construction, Ltd., 60,197; Kawartha Construction Co., Ltd., 36,000; Kemp Bay Develop- 
ment, Ltd., 42,780; Kemp Holdings, Ltd., 31,620; James Kemp Construction, Ltd., 
259,726; M. D. Kennedy Contractors. Ltd., 22,624; Kenno Properties, Ltd., 33,369; 
Town of Kenora, 51,847; County of Kent, 40,586; Kent Asphalt Paving, 11,144; Keuffel & 
Esser of Canada, Ltd., 11,195; King Plastics, Ltd., 16,780; King Paving & Materials, Ltd., 
12,787; Public Utilities Commission of the City of Kingston, 25,282; City of Kingston, 
13,651; Kingston Lath & Plaster, Ltd., 11,581; Kingston Roofing & Flooring Co., Ltd., 
14,198; Kinsley-McColeman Bindery, 14,855; City of Kitchener, 52,446; Andre Knight, 
Ltd., 27,845; Knights of Columbus Council (1916), 15,840; Harry B. Kohl, 20,608; Konvey 
Construction Co., Ltd., In Trust, 4,969,012; Kopsa & Kalman, 67,290; Kruger Pulp & 
Paper, Ltd., 74,897; J. W. Krupowicz, Ltd., 97,249; L B J Properties Development, 
12,684; Dept. of Labour, 35,326; G. & M. Labriola, 13,500; K. T. LaCarte Construction, 
14,913; Peter LaFleche, 12,566; Lakehead Petroleum Equipment Services, Ltd., 15,176; 
Lakehead Roofing & Sheet Metal Co., 40,986; Lambeth Construction Co., 10,775; County of 
Lambton, 357,043; County of Lanark, 287,585; Lancaster Sheet Metal, Ltd., 19,380; 
Lancel Consohdated Developments, 51,254; Department of Lands and Forests, 742,062; 
Lavern Asmussen, Ltd., 1,314,491; J. Conrad Lavigne Enterprises, 30,095; Law Society 
of Upper Canada, 14,426; Lawrence Manor Investment, Ltd., 12,444; Leader Masonry & 
Forming, Ltd., 25,117; G. R. LeBarre & Co., Ltd., 180,657; United Counties of Leeds & 
Grenville, 46,471; Lefneski Construction. Ltd.. 18,568; County of Lennox & Addington, 
69,036; Lenvick Investments, Ltd., 45,120; A. E. LePage, Ltd., 122,071 ; Town of Lincoln, 
11,432; Lindstorm & Nilson, Ltd., 12,592; Loblaw Groceterias Co., Ltd., 56,318; Lockwood 
Survey Corp., Ltd., 28,854; City of London, 45,703; Lord & Burnham Co., Ltd.. 77,648; 
B. G. Ludlow & Fleury, 65,670; Lundy Fence Co., Ltd., 12,680; London Creative 
Projects, Ltd., 19,317; W. Kay Lycett, In Trust, 10,087; J. C. MacDonald & Son, Ltd., 
14,600; MacLean Hunter Publishing Co., Ltd.. 73.721 ; R. T. McBride. Ltd.. 43.288; George 



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McCann, 359,977; Lauchlan McDougall, 10,932; W. A. McDougall, Ltd., 12,180,974; Wesley 
McEneny, 26,768; K. R. McGowan Electric, Ltd., 14,346; McGraw-Edison of Canada, 
Ltd., 38,758; Mcintosh & Moeller-Gerrie & Butler, 14,789; R. W. McKay Construction 
Co., Ltd., 54,539; C. A. McMurtry Furniture, Ltd., 28,477; Main East, Ltd., 13,970; 
Mainguys, Ltd., 19,730; Malibu Construction, Co., 12,976; Manjac Holdings, Ltd., 20,833; 
Mann Construction, Ltd., 21,169; Manufacturers, Life Insurance Co., 86,273; Maple 
Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd., 95,035; Marathon Realty Co., Ltd., 72,366; Mark, 
Musselman, Mclntyre, 109,809; Markborough Properties, Ltd., 1,895,687; Marksall 
Industries, Ltd., 19.150; Markus & Son, Ltd., 78,194; Marshall Refrigeration Co., Ltd., 
16,739; Ulric J. Martineau, 12,840; Marshall, Mackhn, Monaghan, Ltd., 11,473; V. K. 
Mason Construction, Ltd., 3,282,774; Masonic Holdings, 17,331; Carrier Masters, 104,703; 
Maylor Industries, Ltd., 222,532; Meacock Construction Co., Ltd., 99,692; Mechanical Air 
Designs (Northern), Ltd., 11,964; Megael, Ltd., 46,065; Metalsmiths Co., Ltd., 21,114; 
Mid- Air Construction Co. of Canada, Ltd., 14,385; County of Middlesex, 105,307; Midway 
Roofing & Supply, 10,390; Gordon N. Miller, 10,128; Minaki Vermillion Investments, Ltd., 
25,560; Minnesota Mining & Mfg. of Canada, Ltd., 18,303; Miron-Wiggers Construction, 
Ltd., 454,354; Hydro Electric Commission of the Town of Mississauga, 31,875; 
Town of Mississauga, 12,996; The Mitchell Construction Co. (Canada), In Trust, 3,909,881 ; 
Modern Building Cleaning. 23,209; Modern Garden Service & Landscaping, 25,080; 
Modern Plumbing & Heating, Ltd., 12,375; Mohawk College of Apphed Arts & Technology, 
16,850; Monarch Investment, Ltd., 80,600; Monarch Papers, Ltd., 108,868; Montgomery 
Elevator Co., Ltd., 79.993; Montreal Trust Co., 62,919; Montrow Realty, Ltd., 114,437; 
John B. Moore, 16,200; Morris Plumbing & Heating (Stratford), Ltd., 15,796; Mortlock 
Construction (1963), Ltd., 23,609; Hugh Murray, Ltd., 19,780; James Murray Con- 
struction, Ltd., 12,887; James Murray Furniture, Ltd., 38,582; J. Leo Murray Invest- 
ments, Ltd., 23,835; Nadahn Naylor Heating & Air Conditioning, Ltd., 29,815; Nalba 
Merchandising Co., Ltd., 33,904; National Trust Co., Ltd., 400.000; Township of Nepean, 
10,041; New Undermount Investments, Ltd., 19,251; Newman Bros. Co., Ltd., 156,971; 
S. H. Newman Co. , Ltd. , 10,976 ; Newmarch Mechanical, Ltd. , 534,348 ; Town of Newmarket, 
18,704; New York Window Cleaning Co., Ltd., 33,649; New Market Plaza, Ltd., 11,483; 
City of Niagara Falls, 39,763; Niagara Parks Commission, 17.173; Niagara Peninsula 
Sanatorium Association, 16,440; Regional Municipahty of Niagara, 222,242; Allan J. 
Nichols, In Trust. 10,312; Nickel Belting Aluminum of Sudbury, Ltd., 16,878; Nickel 
Range Management. Ltd., 36,189; John Nienhaus & Co., Ltd., 23,299; Nightingale 
Industries. Ltd.. 11,351; Ninnis Disposal Service, 92,161; Nipissing Mechanical Installa- 
tions, Ltd., 37,049; Robert Noble, Ltd., 11,159; Norbert Securities, Ltd., 20,944; Nordark 
Holdings, Ltd., 102,702; County of Norfolk, 54,621 ; Stan Norris Construction & Roofing, 
20,488; City of North Bay, 13,024; North Bay Hydro, 12,747; North Bay Masonic Temple 
Co., Ltd., 10.900; North Simcoe Electrical Contracting, Ltd., 16,562; North Star Plumbing. 
Ltd., 12,880; North York Hydro, 360,330; Borough of North York, 21,326; Northern & 
Central Gas Corp., Ltd., 28,164; Northern Electric Co., Ltd.. 128.714; Northern Engineering 
& Supply Co., Ltd., 19,303; Northland Bitulithic, Ltd., 17,050; United Counties of 
Northumberland & Durham. 51.600; Frank F. Novak. 13,093; F. C. Nugent Construction 
Co., 10,373; Oakport Developments, Ltd., 66,369; Town of Oakville, 13,917; O'Brien 
Contracting Services, Ltd., 21,284; Office Specialty, Ltd.. 153.889; Olivetti Canada, Ltd., 
15,434; Olympia Cleaners & Maintenance Co., 11,279; Olympia & York Developments, 
Ltd., 205,433; Omega Electric, Ltd., 14,169; Omega Marble Co., Ltd., 12,000; One St. 
Clair Ave. West, Ltd., 355,148; One Thirty Two Second St. E.. Ltd., 43,291; County of 
Ontario, 229,595; Ontario Electrical Construction Co., Ltd., 10,512; Ontario Hospital 
Association, 34,375; Ontario Stock Yards Board, 2,482,666; Ordex Developments, Ltd., 
206,395 ; City of Oshawa, 105,871 ; Otis Elevator Co., Ltd., 44,625 ; Regional Municipahty of 
Ottawa-Carleton, 120,853; City of Ottawa, 156,268; Ottawa Hydro Electric Commission, 
28,716; 880 Ouellette Ave. (Windsor), Ltd., 111,916; City of Owen Sound, 12,691; 
County of Oxford, 60,531 ; Oxford Picture Frame Co., Ltd., 22,500; Page & Steel, 59,311 ; 
Palmer Paving & Construction, Ltd., 15,911 ; Palmers Plumbing Supply, Ltd., 19,230; Para- 
gon Construction (Waterloo), Ltd., 30.996; Harvey Partner, Ltd., 18,853; Pebb Enterprises, 
Ltd., 153,117; Pedlar People, Ltd., 71,525; County of Peel, 213.592; Peel Village 
Development Co., Ltd., 17,760; Perini Pacific, Ltd.. 3.018,815; Perini (Western), Ltd., 



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354,604; Perkins Realty, Ltd., 38,360; Perpetual Industries, Ltd., 27,655; County of 
Perth, 50,624; City of Peterborough, 139,457; Philips Electronics Industries, Ltd., 13,761 ; 
B. Phillips Co., Ltd., 14,926; Picard Construction Associates, Ltd., 28,050; W. J. Pickard, 
Ltd., 35,981; Evelyn I. Picken, 19,608; Picker X-Ray Engineering, Ltd., 44,590; Picton 
Utihties Commission, 14,857; Piddi Design Associates, Ltd., 51,858; Piggott Project 
Management, Ltd., 7,562,498; Pitney-Bowes of Canada, Ltd., 19,264; Plibrico (Canada), 
Ltd., 55,641; Pollard Roofing, Ltd., 13,860; J. R. Post, 11,636; Postal Promotions, 
13,669; United Counties of Prescott & Russell, 45,835; K. H. Preston Construction, 
Ltd., 36,364; Price Signs & Displays, Ltd., 16,881 ; Lambert Pringle & Martin Ltd., 42,492; 
County of Prince Edward, 25,996; Pro Eng Building, Ltd., 59,715; Provincial Gas Co., Ltd., 
25,920; Prudential Insurance Co. of America, 93,413; Purton Construction Co., Ltd., 17,191 ; 
Pyramid Commercial Enterprises, Ltd., 20,728; Rains Meat Market, Ltd., 10,800; Quinte 
Roofing, Ltd., 13,099; Ram Mechanical Contractors, Ltd., 690,806; Ram Partitions, 
Ltd., 73,845; Rapid Grip & Batten, Ltd., 105,785; Read Voorhees & Associates, Ltd., 
64,662; 1013 Realty Ltd., 19,180; Receiver General of Canada, 915,075; Reed Shaw Osier, 
Ltd., 186,404; Refrigeration Certified Maintenance Co., Ltd., 19,651; Regis Investments, 
Ltd., 105,727; A. C. & J. A. Reichenbach, 10,020; Relco Roofing Co.. Ltd., 16,266; 
Reliable Sentry Services, Ltd., 28,728; Richland Development & Holdings, Ltd., 13,347; 
Sam Richman Investment (London), Ltd., 112,092; Town of Renfrew, 27,913; A. C. 
Reynolds, 10,200; Rideau Carleton Building Services, 17,334; Ken Richie, 12,948; Riverside 
Construction Co., 12,406 ; Riznek Construction, Ltd., 40,038 ; Robertson-Yates Corp. (1966), 
Ltd., 491,163; Robinson Electric, Ltd., 16,525; Rocamora Bros., Ltd., 39,304; T. Rogers & 
Co. (Packers), Ltd., 11,760; Rokeby Lumber, 11,070; Roman Catholic Episcopal Corp. 
for the Diocese of Toronto, 110,016; W. G. Ross Building Corp., 15,213; Rowe Bros. & 
Co., 21,575; Root Wire, Ltd., 10,175; Gilles Roy, 12,513; Royal Bank Building, Rents 
Trust, 10,965; Royal Trust Co., 35,760; Royel Paving, Ltd., 12,618; Ruddy Electric 
Wholesale Co., Ltd., 31,148; Russell Painting & Papering, 15,750; S B I Management, 
Ltd., 19,731; SABA Construction Co., Ltd., 12,146; Safety Supply Co., 12,654; City of 
St. Catharines, 115,863; St. Clair Painting & Decorating, 10,229; St. Columban's Parish 
Centre, 16,700; City of St. Thomas, 87,922; Sanland Investments, Ltd., 18,159; Salpam 
Investments, Ltd., 623,643; Sanmal Investments, Ltd., 10,200; Saracini Investments Co., 
Ltd., 43,125; Sault Ste. Marie Pubhc Utilities Commission, 15,025; Sawchuk & Peach, 
16,519; Schreiber Bros., Ltd., 15,331; Schumann & Orrell, Ltd., 16,770; Scott Paper, 
Ltd., 40,204; Sears, Ltd., 16,175; Seeback & Sons, Ltd., 79,984; Seguin & Seguin Motel, 
Ltd., 12,800; Select Properties, Ltd., 14,082; Semple-Gooder & Co., Ltd., 10,269; Seventy 
Six Division St., Ltd., 12,390; R. N. Shaw & Sons, Ltd., 191,873; Shell Canada, Ltd., 
165,069; Sisters of the Good Shepherd, 41,667; Shepherd, McKenzie, Plaxton, Little & 
Jenkins, In Trust, 102,678; Sherwood Industrial Mall, Ltd., 16,256; Sifton Properties, Ltd., 
56,708; Sillman Co. (Northern), Ltd., 71,367; Silver & Kircher, Ltd., 11,087; County of 
Simcoe, 629,561; Simon-Carves of Canada, Ltd., 10,083; Simcoe Mechanical Contracting, 
Ltd., 108,678; Simmons, Ltd., 72,408; Simon-Day, Ltd., 39,092; Simpsons Contract 
Division, 12,737; D. A. Sinclair Construction, Ltd., 19,300; Singer, Keyfetz, Cass & 
Lissaman, 180,078; Peter & Margaret Sinicrope & George & Carmela Buscemi, 20,822; 
G. L. Slaght Plumbing & Heating, Ltd., 164,706; Sleepmaster, Ltd., 14,186; Smith & 
McMahon, 10,436; Somerville, McMurrich & Oxley, 490,847; Soo Mill & Lumber Co., 
Ltd., 10,907; Soreanu Construction, 11,576; Specialty Upholstery, Ltd., 33,103; Spring 
Beautifiers, 19,600; Stamm Investments, Ltd., 25,886; Standard Desk, Ltd., 19,414; 
Standard Life Assurance Co., 46,024; Stanley-Taymouth, Ltd., 27,299; Staples Display 
Advertising, Ltd., 24,318; State Electric Co., Ltd., 85,184; Steckley Electric, 11,861; 
Steds, Ltd., 351,874; Steel Equipment, 40,887; Steelcase Canada, Ltd., 189,607; Sterling 
Fuels, 109,180; Sterling Institute Canada, Ltd., 20,797; Sterling Tile Co., 33,137; Peter 
Stevens, Ltd., 19,675; Stevens, Donaldson Associates, Ltd., 27,164; Stevens, Skinner, 
238,725; Stewart & Hinan Construction, Ltd., 422,642; Stork Construction Co., Ltd., 
110,411 ; United Counties of Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry, 154,717; Stradwick Industries, 
Ltd., 24,534; City of Stratford, 39,648; Sudbury Hydro, 10,820; M. SuUivan & Son, Ltd., 
62,218; Sunar Industries, Ltd., 39,136; Sussman Properties, Ltd., 207,289; Sutherland- 
Schultz, Ltd., 94,019; Sutton Place, Ltd., & Bohvar Investments, Ltd., 12,880; Sweenie 
Electric, Ltd., 25,508 ; Swiss-Granada Holdings, Ltd., 1,847,459; TR Services, Ltd., 16,015; 



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Taunton Construction, Ltd., 19,927; Taxa Developments, Ltd., 16,440; Taylor Engineering 
& Construction Co., Ltd., 20,446; Gerald M. Taylor, 10,079; Technicon International of 
Canada, Ltd., 13,681 ; Teck Northern Roads, Ltd., 16,843; Tegea, Ltd., 13,170; Teperman & 
Sons, Ltd., 11,440; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 89,988; Thermech, Ltd., 19,452; Thomson 
Newspapers, Ltd., 18,600; Thompson Plumbing & Heating, 12,546; Thornhill Paving 
Co., Ltd., 51,600; City of Thunder Bay, 26,143; Donald Tidey Co., Ltd., 11,974; Tilden 
Rent-A-Car, 14,554; Town of Timmins, 18,961; Tippet-Richardson, Ltd., 102,867; C. G. 
Toms, 35,417; Municipality of MetropoUtan Toronto, 3,146,078; City of Toronto, 227,419; 
Toronto Hydro, 1,257,689; Toronto Kitchen Equipment, Ltd., 20,153; Toronto Professional 
Building, 246,555; Toronto Value Service, Ltd., 11,929; Toshack Bros. (Prescott), Ltd., 
11,107; Totten, Sims, Hubicki Associates, Ltd., 12,234; Towland-Hewitson Construction, 
Ltd., 48,031; Trade & Commerce Building, 23,928; Department of Trade and Develop- 
ment, 17,499; Trane Co. of Canada, 26,002; Trande Service Agency, 76,310; Transmetro 
Properties, Ltd., 125,654; Department of Transportation and Communications, 105,446; 
Treberg Investment, Ltd., 121,344; Trench Electric, Ltd., 21,048; Trend Realty Co. 
(Sudbury), Ltd., 44,952; Trident Engineering, Ltd., 12,478; R. S. Trumper Sheet Metal & 
Roofing, Ltd., 13,907; Village of Tweed, 27,984; Underwater Tel-Eye Canada, Ltd., 11,076; 
Underwood McLellan & Associates 22,646; Union Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 52,520; Union 
Gas Co. of Canada, Ltd. , 19,902 ; United Trust Co. , 97,500 ; University of Toronto, 21 ,395 ; 400 
University Ave., 6 Prospect Ct., 975,926; 500 University Ave., Ltd., 16,841; Uphill 
Construction, Ltd., 28,508; Uscan Development Corp., Ltd., 76,281; Vallance Brown & 
Co., Ltd., 20,541; Vanbots Construction & Co.. Ltd., 183,320; Van Gurp Construction, 
Ltd., 66,168; County of Victoria, 51,690; R. B. Wade Electric, Ltd., 14,295; Walden 
Roofing & Sheet Metal Co., Ltd., 54,699; Walker Painting & Decorating Co., Ltd., 
11,697; Ward Leonard of Canada, Ltd., 13,217; G. S. Wark, Ltd., 1,316,928; Warren 
Bituhthic, Ltd., 20,229; County of Waterloo, 197,082; Watts & Henderson, Ltd., 10,179; 
Waynco, Ltd., 10,655; Weir & Folds, 15,137; City of Welland, 15,048; County of 
Wellington, 55,948; Wilham Wells, 10,383; County of Wentworth, 319,863; Westeel- 
Rosco, Ltd., 12,549; Western Supplies, Ltd., 15,724; Westlake Moving & Storage, Ltd., 
31,116; Wheel A Way Transport, Ltd., 29,778; White Oak Investment, Ltd., 21,624; 
Whyte Hooke Papers, 69,823; Wilchar Construction, Ltd., 12,000; Oscar Wiles & Sons, 
Ltd., 14,036; Williams Welding (Canada), Ltd., 76,813; Wilson, Barnes, Walker, Montello 
& Grant, In Trust, 424,148; Wilson, Newton, Roberts, 20,000; Windklein Contracting, 
Co., 40,529; City of Windsor, 481,677; Windsor Public Utilities Commission, 11,645; 
A. J. Wing Construction, Ltd., 183,558; Harry Winton Investments, Ltd., 60,224; Ed 
Witmer & Sons, Ltd., 279,695; Witmer-Lazenby, Ltd., 134,252; G. H. Wood & Co., Ltd., 
57,644; Woodmay Developments, Ltd., 14,650; World Wide Window Cleaning Co., 
16,652; Estate of Alma Chaplin Wright, 334,826; Y & R Properties, Ltd., 24,195; Yack 
Electric, 12,022; Yellow Jacket Welding Co., Ltd., 32,198; Yonge-Delisle Developments, 
Ltd., 95,289; Regional Municipality of York, 11,260; YoungweU Investments, Ltd., 
174,729; Thomas Wm. Zegil, 24,150; Zenith Electric Supply, Ltd., 17,888; Zentronics, 
Ltd., 15,918; Stephen Zysko, 102,628; Accounts under $10,000, 7,073,304 119,758,436 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. J. A. C. Auld April 1, 1971 to February 1, 1972 12.582 

Hon. J. W. Snow February 2 to March 31, 1972 2,418 

Xotal $ 142,783,263 

Less : Refunds and Recoverable Costs 7,715,893 



Total Expenditure, Department of Public Works $ 135,067,370 



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GOVERNMENT STATIONERY ACCOUNT 



Contract Printing and Binding : 

Noble Scott Co., Ltd.,— Official Gazette, 160,451; Legislative Printing, 244,682 



405,133 



Stock and Printing Purchases : 

Alexander Lithographers, Ltd., 44,908; Alger Press, Ltd., 31,297; Anstey-Graphic, Ltd., 
12,913; Anthes Business Forms, Ltd., 93,714; Artistic Stationery Co., Ltd., 68,574; 
Arthurs-Jones Lithographing, Ltd., 52,437; Ashton-Potter, Ltd., 46,898; Associated 
Printers, Ltd., 43,202; Atwell Fleming Printing Co., Ltd., 29,976; Baker-Gurney & 
McLaren Press, Ltd., 74,949; Barber-Ellis of Canada, Ltd., 31,570; Bell Offset Printing 
Ltd., 19,703; Bender Printing, Ltd., 25,463; T. H. Best Printing Co., Ltd., 21,036 
Brimley Litho, Ltd., 15,196; Brown Brothers, Ltd.. 70,436; Bryant Press Ltd., 153,130 
Buntin, Gillies & Co., Ltd., 48,607; Buntin Reid Paper Co., Ltd., 89,059; Campbell 
Tapes & Stationery, Ltd., 18,158; Canada Carbon & Ribbon Co., Ltd., 18,801; Canada 
Decalcomania Co., Ltd., 10,255; Canada Envelope (Ontario), Ltd., 19,304; Canada 
Lithographing Co., Ltd., 16,915; Canadian Ofrex, Ltd., 12,693; Canadian Offset Co., Ltd., 
14,983; Cape & Co., Ltd., 28,011; Carswell Co., Ltd., 113,650; Century Press, Ltd., 
47,710; Charters Publishing Co., Ltd., 28,315; Clarkson Office Supplies, 27,052; Cliff & 
Walters Lithographing Co., Ltd., 11,141; Commercial Paper's, Ltd., 60,992; Commercial 
Safety Paper Co., 51,798; Continuous Forms, Ltd., 85,589; James A. Cook & Son 
(1961), Ltd., 33,125; Copp Clark Publishing Co., 55,897; R. L. Grain, Ltd., 54,171 
Data Business Forms, Ltd., 78,980; Del Graphics, 25,741; Dennison Mfg. Co. of Canada 
Ltd., 26,428; Dexter Office Supplies, 16,879; Dominion Envelope Co., Ltd., 24,282 
Espie Printing & Stationery, Ltd., 68,984; W. G. Evans, 18,162; Fine Papers, Ltd. 
51,231; Fine Papers London. Ltd., 19,773; Fordprint, 17,471; W. J. Gage, Ltd., 63,644 
Garden City Press Co-Operative, Ltd., 36,522; Gaylord Lithographing, Ltd., 67,878 
General Printers, Ltd., 73,251; Georgian Graphics, 23,454; Gestetner (Canada), Ltd., 
112,320; Gordon F. Gilbert Co., Ltd., 17,434; Globe Envelopes, Ltd., 136,430; Grand & 
Toy, Ltd., 14,561; Graphic Centre, 70,612; Griffin House Graphics, Ltd., 12,970; Fred 
W. Halls Paper Co., Ltd., 26,912; C. F. Haughton, Ltd., 66,855; Bruce Henderson, 
Ltd., 30,947; Herzig Somerville, Ltd., 17,144; Hilroy Envelopes & Stationery, Ltd., 
41,592; Houstons Standard Publications, Ltd., 17,884; Howarth & Smith, Ltd., 11,061; 
C. E. Hunter Printing Toronto, Ltd., 13,686; Hunter Rose Co., 26,695; IBM Canada, 
Ltd., 33,277; Insurance Forms Co., Ltd., 23,756; Imprint Typesetting, 10,318; Kemi 
Corp., Ltd.. 27,481; Kimball Systems, Ltd., 45,897; Kruger Pulp & Paper, Ltd., 21,190; 
LaPlante Lithographing Co., Ltd., 23,495; La Salle Press, Ltd., 22,129; Lawson & Jones 
Toronto, 20,855; Litho-Print, Ltd., 115,833; London Printing & Lithographing Co., 
Ltd., 134,516; M & S Printers, Ltd., 34,288; MacDonald Downie, Ltd., 15,747; 
MacKinnon-Moncur, Ltd., 14,762; MacLean-Hunter Publishing Co., Ltd., 92,054; 
Manerwood Press, Ltd., 25,926; Maracle Press, Ltd., 24,505; McCutcheon Business 
Forms, Ltd., 39.845; McGraw-Hill Co. of Canada, Ltd., 44,975; McLaren, Morris & 
Todd, Ltd., 22,384; Metro Provincial Envelope, Ltd., 57,442; Miln-Bingham Ltd., 11,488; 
Monarch Papers, Ltd., 31,553; Moore Business Forms, Ltd., 95,462; Morris Graphics, 
Ltd., 43,824; Multicolor Printing, Ltd., 11,580; Munn Envelopes, Ltd., 25,647; National 
Cash Register Co. of Canada. Ltd., 16,840; National Paper Goods, Ltd., 25,817; New 
Canadian Publications, 42,067; Newsome & Gilbert, Ltd., 14,457; Northern Miner Press, 
Ltd., 71,815; Office Specialty Ltd., 15,555; Offset Print & Litho, Ltd., 17,161; T. J. 
Parsons. Ltd., 18,899; Penpal Pen Co., Ltd., 11,491; Prestonia Stationery Mfg., Ltd., 
21,562; Purvis Chalmers, Ltd., 12,079; Bruce M. Rapp Associates, 16,708; Sperry Rand 
Canada, Ltd.. 36,508; Redi-Set Business Forms, Ltd., 203.204; Reeder Sales, 11,351; 
Richardson, Bond & Wright, Ltd.. 15>20; E. S. & A. Robinson (Canada), Ltd., 12,331; 
Rolph-Clark-Stone, Ltd., 105,424; Rolph-McNally, Ltd., 13,350; Ronalds-Federated 
Ltd., 20,720; Ryerson Comprint, 13,326; Sampson-Matthews, Ltd., 28,061; Noble Scott 
Co., Ltd., 304,112; Scripto of Canada, Ltd.. 16,757; Source Data Control, Ltd., 26.140; 
Southam-Murray. 249,422; Standard Embossing Co., Ltd., 24,702, Telford & Craddock 
Co., Ltd., 107,755; Thorn Press, 105.389; G. M. Thornton & Son, Ltd., 21,114; United 
Paper Mills, Ltd., 22,703; Universal Offset, Ltd., 14,540; Wallace-Davey Industries, 



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Ltd., 52,236; Westprint, 66,380; G. R. White & Co., 30,288; Whyte-Hooke Papers, 
31,485; A. H. Wild Sales, 11,209; Wilson-Munroe Co., Ltd., 45,770; York Litho, Ltd., 
Todd, Ltd., 22,384; Metro Provincial Envelope, Ltd., 57,442; Miln-Bingham, Ltd., 11,488; 
52,567 ; Accounts under $10,000, 889,866 6,798,421 

Total Purchases 7,203,554 

Deduct — Distribution and Cash Sales 7,534,417 

Excess of Distribution and Cash Sales over Purchases $ (330,863) 



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DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE 

Hon. Allan Grossman, Minister (Statutory, see page 164) 
Hon. Eric A. Winkler, Minister (Statutory, see page 164) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($10,504,130) 

H. H. Walker Deputy Minister 3,114 

S. Clarkson " " 32,546 

J. W. Ackeroyd, 20,659; F. A. Axon, 22,371; T. S. Blakelock, 20,720; E. P. Broome, 
23,251; J. Clayden, 23,251; B. S. Crowley, 15,994; S. Garland, 27.820; M. H. Gibson, 
21,882; J. C. Grover, 20,540; A. G. Hocking, 20,539; D. J. McClellan, 31,346; M. K. 
McCutcheon, 1,642; W. H. Reynolds, 20,569; M. J. Sabourin, 20,852; W. Smith, 
20,357; W. J. Smithson, 23,073; W. E. Stanley, 20,798; I. Stephenson, 27,820; C. H. 
Townsend, 20,659; R. J. Weiers, 27,820; J. S. Woods, 20,483; W. A. Wormington, 

21,106; S. J. Wychowanec, 24,297; Department of Civil Service, 64,293; Other 

salaries and wages under $20,000, 9,906,328 10,504,130 



Employee Benefits ($856,856) 



Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario re: Canada Pension Plan, 65,911; Group Insurance, 
13,796; Long Term Income Protection Plan, 20,172; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 
38,227; Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 68,350; Ontario Hospital Plan, 39,324; 
Public Service Superannuation Fund, 590,366; Unemployment Insurance, 13,465; 
849,61 1 

Workmen's Compensation 7,245 



856,856 



Travelling Expenses ($564,085) 



Hon. Allan Grossman, 590; Hon. Eric A. Winkler, 2,100; R. A. Ackroyd, 3,336; Air 
Canada, 2,550; D. Aitken, 3,001; R. F. Appelt, 2,735; N. O. Bell, 3,035; R. Benoit 
3,136; J. M. Booth, 2,851; O. C. Bortolotti, 3,079; B. S. Bridgwater, 3,335; R. W. Brown 
3,718; D. J. Carmichael, 3,628; F. J. Collins, 2,709; I. O. Correa, 3,095; C. Crawley 
3,752; C. B. Cummmg, 3,950; W. J. Davies, 2,769; J. F. Dawes, 2,867; R. E. Deshane 
2,763; S. Elgie, 2,989; D. R. Field, 3,242; C. F. Gibney, 2,961; J. A. Gillard, 2,527 
J. Glenny, 2,920; D. E. Graham, 2,939; R. T. Greer, 3,119; R. N. Hall, 2,635; P. J 
Hamlin. 3,799; J. E. Harrow, 3,299; E. Heniss. 2,928; A. D. Hogg, 3,145; 
Holmes, 2,511; D. Howell, 2,525; G. Hynes, 2,795; T. R. Jasmins, 3,347; J 
2,849; M. D. Kaufman, 2,734; T. S. King, 3,944; L. S. Kirkby, 4,369; R 
3,138; S. W. Korpela, 3,121; L. A. Martm, 2,889; D. S. Mcintosh, 3,185; J. W 
3,280; G. Morre, 2,865; R. H. Ness, 2,597; M. Pisnook, 3,488; J. J. Primeau, 2,641 



K. R 

Kane 
Kochenash 
Mills 



R. A 

Robertson, 3,238; R. D. Sandberg, 2,746; J. M. Silverthorne, 2,594; E. A. Simonsen, 3,059 
J. H. Smith, 2,844; R. W. Smith, 3,593; J. M. Swartz, 3,217; J. D. Telford, 3,551 

A. F. Webster & Son, 9,189; I. B. Wyse, 4.135; D. Yaeger, 3,274; Accounts under 

$2,500, 374,865 



564,085 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,455,737) 

Bell Canada (Don Mills), 19,909; Bell Canada (Montreal), 10,103; Receiver General of 
Canada— Postage, 159,476; Canadian Corps, of Commissionaires, 11,384; I.B.M. Canada, 
Ltd., 18,379; Inter Royal Corp. Smith Falls, Ltd., 12,378; Mohawk Data Sciences 
Canada, Ltd.', 29,167; Office Overload Co., Ltd., 13,261; Ohvetti Canada, Ltd., 18,609; 
Teela Market Surveys, 10,581; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 68,213; Department of Civil 
Service, 10,238; Department of Transportation and Communications (Highways), 
112,789; Department of Public Works, 267,736; Accounts under $10,000, 693,514.. 



1,455,737 



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DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE — Continued 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($;15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Allan Grossman February 2 to March 31, 1972 : 2,418 

Hon. Eric A. Winkler April 1, 1971 to February 1, 1972 12,582 

Province of Ontario Savings Office ($1,676,599) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 11, Sec. 4 

Salaries ($1,153,333): 

Head Office 74,440 

Branch Offices— Aylmer, 47,406; Brantford, 87,090; Guelph, 43,632; Hamilton, 67,905; 
Hamilton East End, 47,752; London, 42,752; Ottawa, 66,531; Owen Sound, 37,180; 
Pembroke, 46,645; Seaforth, 25,668; St. Catharines, 45,158; St. Marys, 24,002; 
Toronto — Bay and Adelaide, 95,969; Danforth and Fenwick, 42,715; Danforth and 
Woodbine, 63,217; Parliament Buildmgs, 104,105; 1556 Yonge Street, 37,456; 
University and Dundas, 66,993; Walkerton, 25,449; Windsor, 37,195; Woodstock, 
24,073 1,078,893 

Travelhng Expenses ($8,720): 

R. J. Smith— Transfer of Headquarters, 3,840; Accounts under $2,500, 4,880 8,720 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($514,546): 
Advertising: 

Accounts under $10,000, 8,846 8,846 

Miscellaneous : 

Canada Pension Plan, 15,051 ; Employer's Contribution, re Group Insurance Plan, 
22,249; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 49,659; Unemployment Insurance, 
2,339; Queen's Printer, 42,557; Insurance Premium — United States Fidelity and 
Guaranty Co., 31,400; Accounts under $5,000, 17,351 180,606 

Branch Office Expenses: 

Aylmer, 9,626; Brantford, 6,820; Guelph, 12,694; Hamilton, 21,416; Hamilton East 
End, 42,984; (including Alterations to Premises of 29,201); London, 15,303; Ottawa, 
28,529; Owen Sound, 8,735; Pembroke, 14,736; Seaforth, 2,896; St. Catharines, 8,575; 
St. Marys, 23,825; (including Alterations to Premises of 19,900); Toronto — Bay and 
Adelaide, 31,699; Danforth and Fenwick, 10,928; Danforth and Woodbine, 6,024; 
Parliament Buildings, 35,224; 1556 Yonge Street, 11,016; University and Dundas, 
13,750; Walkerton, 3,158; Windsor, 10,158; Woodstock, 6,620 325,094 

Ontario Housing Corporation ($148,730,820) 
Voted 

Subsidies in the form of contribution to the Ontario Housing Corporation to ("'^ '^ — 

finance its operation \16,228,635 j 

Grants to assist in research studies concerning housing in all its aspects ^ — __ — ^ 
applicable to the Province of Ontario by individuals or groups 41^585 

Advances for projects under The Ontario Housing Corporation Act 39,360,600 

Advances to Housing Corporation Limited to be disbursed in the form of primary 
and secondary financing under the H.O.M.E. Plan, The Condominium Act, 

1967 and The Ontario Housing Corporation Act 93.100,000 

148.730.820 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 165 

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE — Continued 
Ontario Student Housing Corporation ($2,432,400) 

Advances for projects under The Housing Development Act 2,432,400 

Statutory 

Grants to assist in the erection of housing units for elderly persons 482,000 

Total Expenditure, Department of Revenue $166,717,627 



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167 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES 

Hon. T. L. Wells, Minister (Statutory, see page 182) 

Hon. R. Brunelle, Minister (Statutory, see page 182) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 
Salaries and Wages ($12,194,542) 

M. Borczak Deputy Minister 

D. M. Crittenden Assistant Deputy Minister 

J. L. Amos, 21,508; S. Crow, 25,183; E. J. Etchen, 23,030; B. Graham, 
R. Laird, 23,539; A. McCaig, 26.356; J. E. McKnight, 23,633; C. W. Morris 



38,815 
29,407 
21,098 
21,762 



B. G. Pilotte, 22,499; D. Rutherford, 21,487; W. G. Smith, 20,514; J. A. Tuck, 20,800: 

Other salaries and wages, 11,854,911 12,194,542 



Employee Benefits ($860,305) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 137,307; Public Service 
Superannuation Fund, 524,084; Unemployment Insurance, 26,894; Group Life Insurance 
Plan, 14,052; Long Term Income Protection Plan, 20,674; Ontario Health Insurance 
Plan, 99,179; Ontario Hospital Plan, 34,132 856,322 

Workmen's Compensation Board 3,983 



860,305 



Travelling Expenses ($747,185) 

Hon. T. L. Wells, 3.091; Air Canada. 27,954; G. J. Brerton, 2,517; R. Charbonneau 
2,793; G. Chase, 2,685; P. G. Crichton, 3,331; N. Drew, 4,478; M. R. Driscoll, 3,222 
J. E. Flemming, 2,530; E. J. Healey, 2,596; S. Heiti, 2,808; A. E. Johanson, 3,589 
N. L. Langhorne, 3,869; V. H. Leach, 2,628; A. Lever, 2,748; B. V. Marshall, 2,546 
H. R. McCardell, 3,090; J. C. McReynolds, 2,894; A. Miller, 4,451; F. B. Purificati, 4,326 
R. A. Rivard, 2,542; M. F. Schooley, 3,195; W. C. Seyers, 3,166; F. Shaffer, 3,072 
V. M. Sherman, 2,855; K. E. Silvestre, 3,498; J. C. Simon, 3,136; T. M. Stanford, 3,024 
N. R. Truchan, 3,147; Other accounts under $2,500, 631,404 



747,185 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,621,083) 

Addressograph-Multigraph of Canada, Ltd., 10,438; Ainsworth Press, Ltd., 42,276; Bell Can- 
ada, 95,312; Carswell Co., Ltd., 12,035; Croy-Roy Distributors, 11,601 ; Danforth Marketing 
Services, 10,342; Data Business Forms, Ltd., 10,176; Department of Public Works, 
260,535; Department of Transportation and Communications. 18,849; Geneva Park 
National Leadership Training and Conference of the Canadian Y.M.C.A., 12,180; IBM 
Canada, Ltd., 36,149; Lowe-Martin Co., Limited, 20.179; Minnesota Mining Manufacturing 
of Canada, Ltd., 44,134; National Cash Register of Canada, Ltd., 12,621 ; Office Overload 
Company, Ltd., 19,698; Ohvetti Canada, Company, Ltd., 11,646; Ontario Department 
of Education, 382,961; Ram Partitions, Ltd., 11,957; Receiver General of Canada, 
27,599; Steelcase Canada, Ltd., 40,051 ; John Sulhvan & Joseph Pacek, 102,469; Barry B. 
Swadron, 21,460; Toronto Telegram Syndicate, Ltd., 22,661 ; Urwick, Currie and Partners, 
Ltd., 56,807; Victor Comptometer, Ltd., 15,574; Vinwood Management, Ltd., 10,000; 
Waterloo Lutheran University, 18,400; Westminster Films, Ltd., 24,134; Xerox of 
Canada, Ltd., 11,208; Accounts under $10,000, 247,631 



,621,083 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($367,796,393) 

Grant — Soldiers' Aid Commission ($9,159): 

Soldiers' Aid Commission 

Grants to Agencies ($131,900): 

Canadian Council on Social Development 45,000 

Ontario Welfare Council 45,000 

Canadian Legion, Ontario Provincial Command — British Empire Service 

League 4,000 

Canadian Legion, Ontario Provincial Command — British Empire Service 

League, Poppy Fund 1 ,200 

Last Post Fund 1 ,000 

Royal Canadian Humane Association 200 

Salvation Army Grant for Special Services 3,000 

St. Elizabeth Order of Nurses 3,000 

Victorian Order of Nurses (Ontario) 25,000 

Ontario Welfare Officers Association 4,500 



131,900 



Other Transactions ($723) : 

Non-recoverable overpayments 723 

Demonstration Projects as approved by the Lieutenant Governor in Council ($76,814): 

Carleton University, 11,951; Family Life Centre (Markham Region), 16,500; Jeune 
Chamber de Hawkesbury Jaycees Inc., 26,400; Peel Community Services, 8,138; Sophie 
Boyd Home Base, Inc., 13,825 76,814 

Bursaries and Costs of Training and Staff Development ($87,298): 
Grants and Bursaries re Training: 

Bursaries, etc., to Students 87,164 

Other Training Expenses 134 

87.298 



Provincial Allowances and Benefits ($145,727,508): 

Assistance in Accordance with The Family Benefits Act 

Assistance— Sundry Persons, etc 142,882,809 

Allowances in Accordance with The Blind Persons' Allowances Act : 

Allowances — Sundry Persons 105,824 

Allowances in Accordance with The Disabled Persons' Allowances Act: 

Allowances — Sundry Persons 332,574 

Dental Services — Payments on behalf of certain beneficiaries in accordance 
with the regulations under The Family Benefits Act, etc. : 
Ontario Dental Association 2,391,951 

Special Aid to Thalidomide Children : 

Sundry Persons, etc 14,350 



145,727.508 



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169 



DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Municipal Allowances and Assistance ($127,347,404): 

Assistance under The General Welfare Assistance Act: 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 41,326,212 

District Municipality of Muskoka 726,401 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 4,635,443 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 12,044,001 

Regional Municipality of York 1 ,589,601 



Cities: 

Barrie, 147,641; Brockville, 262,022; Chatham, 326,330; Cornwall, 
1,078,958; Fort William, 16,328; Gait, 646,821; Hamilton, 7,876,804; 
Kingston, 1,569,837; Kitchener, 1,720,981; London, 3,368.258; North 
Bay, 295,553; Oshawa, 1,513,462; Pembroke, 232,368; Peterborough, 
1,421,712; St. Thomas, 136,167; Sarnia, 593,912; Sault Ste. Marie, 
1.103,128; Stratford, 194,283; Sudbury, 633,084; Thunder Bay, 2,002,081; 
Waterloo, 253,154; Windsor, 4,312,303 



29,705,187 



Towns: 

Ajax, 92,819; Almonte, 62,763; Arnprior, 93,505; Aylmer, 56,030; 
Bowmanville, 37,714; Brampton. 188,906; Caledonia, 11,414; Cambell- 
ford, 11,341; Carleton Place, 67,592; CHnton, 14,136; Cobalt, 56,736; 
Cobourg, 31,899; Delhi, 24,346; Dryden, 59.078; Dunnville, 50.087; 
Elmira. 23.384; Englehart. 13,264; Forest, 12,910; Gananoque, 59,246; 
Geraldton, 47,569; Godench, 28,561; Haileybury, 52,026; Hespeler, 
90,141; Keewatin, 23,619; Kemptville, 19.320; Kenora. 193.106; 
Kirkland Lake. 127,530; Listowel, 30,150; Mississauga, 1,174,963; 
Mitchell, 32,290; Napanee, 98,962; New Liskeard, 33,038; Orangeville, 
84,666; Parkhill, 13,286; Pembroke, 19,357; Perth, 17,304; Petrolia, 
63,533; Port Credit, 197,147; Port Dover. 20,358; Prescott, 57,384; 
Preston, 302,783; Renfrew, 72,827; St. Mary's, 26,304; Seaforth, 18,270; 
Simcoe, 1 13,730 ; Sioux Lookout, 25,866 ; Smiths Falls, 137,903 ; Strathroy, 
35,031 ; Streetsville, 27,947 ; Timmins, 535,255 ; Uxbridge, 14,786 ; Whitby, 
92.641 



4,794,823 



Villages : 

Ayr, 18,116; Braeside, 12,611; Brussels, 12,537; Cannington, 14,467; 
Cardinal, 13.523; Glencoe. 17,555; Hagersville. 10,438; Havelock, 
29,418; Lakefield. 16,127; Merrickville. 11.869; Milverton. 14,054; 
Norwood. 29.660; Petawawa, 15.095; Point Edward. 32.613; Port Perry. 
10.346; Port Stanley. 10.796; Rodney, 11,123; Shelburne, 16,165; 
Wardsville, 23,959; Watford, 25,868; West Lome. 11,884 



358,224 



Townships: 

Albion, 11,806; Aldborough, 41,450; Ahce and Eraser, 28,044; Amaranth 
19,877; Anson. Hindon and Minden. 17.084; Armstrong. 12,643 
Asphodel, 20,508; Augusta. 60.370; Bagot and Bhthfield. 44.300 
Bayham. 58.002; Belmont and Methuen, 35,247; Biddulph, 13,591 
Bosanquet, 11.231; Brighton. 10.389; Brock. 17.078; Brooke. 20.074 
Caledon, 12,055; Camden East, 32,554; Canborough, 17,296; Caradoc 
31,210; Charlotteville, 20,742; Chinguacousy, 65,828; Coleman, 19,686 
Delaware, 13.244; Dorchester. North. 44.588; Douro. 47.543; Downie 
41.794; Dumfries. North, 15,413; Dummer, 74,309; Dunwich, 14,511 
Dysart et al. 22.671; Edwardsburgh. 37,059; Elizabethtown, 25,486 
Ellice, 28,830; Elma, 13,971; Enniskillen, 15,249; Ernestown, 51,320 
Harvey, 15,411; Hinchinbrooke, 15,450; Houghton, 22,909; Howick 
13,501; Jaffray and Melick, 36,882; Kingston, 64,011; Kitley, 32,708 
Larder Lake, 20,245; Leeds and Lansdowne, Front of, 18,056; Leeds 
and Lansdowne, Rear of, 21,419; Lobo, 19,988; London, 31,467; Lough- 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



borough, 27,208; Machin, 10,859; Malahide, 26,474; Mara, 53,819 
McGarry, 33,022; McGillivray, 11,025; McNab, 26,731; Middleton 
14,864; Mono, 11,274; Montague, 41,694; Moore, 25,085; Mosa, 32,037 
Moulton, 17,742; Mulmur, 11,098; Nissouri, West, 13,720; Oso, 12,008 
Otonabee, 17,555; Oxford (on Rideau), 13,631; Petawawa, 35,884 
Pickering, 193,799; Pittsburgh, 21,386; Plympton, 11,670; Portland 
33,322; Rama, 23,751; Reach, 18,151; Red Lake, 36,865; Richmond 
15,406; Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and McKay, 11,706; Sarnia, 108,709 
Scott, 12,762; Smith, 24,816; Sombra, 13,149; Southwold, 45,212 
Stafford, 20,820; Stephen, 11,206; Teck, 428,076; Thorah, 27,982 
Toronto Gore, 11,559; Townsend, 21,425; Turnberry, 18,630; Uxbridge 
20,494; Walpole, 16,179; Walsingham, North, 11,452; Walsingham 
South, 24,306; Warwick, 14,972; Waterloo, 54,586; Wellesley, 21,502 
Westminster, 20,815; Whitby, East, 33,833; Wilmot, 20,723; Windham 
18,323; Wolford, 14,263; Woodhouse, 12,360; Woolwich, 49,471; Yar- 
mouth, 52,256 ; Yonge, Front of, 10,452 



3,321,219 



Districts: 



Algoma, 404,926; Cochrane, 361,821 ; Kenora, 244,425; Muskoka, 29,820; 
Nipissing, 145,510; Parry Sound, 67,803; Rainy River, 10,645; Sudbury, 
281,685; Thunder Bay, 218,024; Timiskaming, 159,121 



1,923,780 



Improvement Districts: 

Beardmore, 10,265; Gauthier, 10,216. 



20,481 



County and District Welfare Administration Boards: 
Counties: 

Brant, 1,393,947; Bruce, 287,424; Dufferm, 48,393; Essex, 789,200 
Grey, 566,392; Halton. 646,422; Hastings, 1,298,105; Huron, 63,358 
Kent, 360,174; Northumberland and Durham, 1,178,965; Oxford 
979.956; Prescott and Russell, 1,371,669; Prince Edward, 293,090 
Simcoe, 1,072,078; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 519,470 
Victoria, 582,059; Welland, 215,657; Wellington, 1,120,692; Went- 
worth, 547,561 



13,334,612 



Districts : 

Algoma, 573,042; Cochrane, 790,380; Nipissing, 411,501 
Sound, 175,092; Rainy River, 138,193; Sudbury, 904,387. . . 



Parry 



Municipalities under $10,000 



2,992,595 



871.561 



Payments other than to Municipalities: 
Accounts under $10,000 



172.329 



Indian Assistance: 
Indian Bands: 



Beausoleil, 50,294; Cape Croker, 44,481; Chippewas of the Georgina 
Island and Snake Island Indian Band, 10,628; Chippewas of the 
Kettle Point Indian Band, 92,734; Chippewas of the Rama Indian 
Reserve, 61,715; Chippewas of the Sarnia Indian Band, 27,491; 
Chippewas of the Thames, 53,631; Constance Lake Band, 14,701; 
Curve Lake, 28,112; Eagle Lake Reserve, 10,131 ; Golden Lake Band, 
20,911; Grassy Narrows Indian Band, 34.774; Mississaguas of the 
New Credit Indian Reserve, 10,738; Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Indian Band, 24,109; Moose Factory Band No. 46, 75,579; Moravians 
of the Thames Indian Reserve, 14,643; Muncey of the Thames, 
17,239; Ojibways of the Batchawana Indian Band, 16,852; Ojibways 
of the Couchiching (Fort Frances) Indian Band, 26,273; Ojibways 
of the Fort Wilham Indian Band, 17,499; Ojibways of the Garden 
River Indian Band, 64,038; Ojibways of the Manitou Rapids-Rainy 
River Indian Band, 14,364; Ojibways of the Mississagua Indian 
Band, 34,093 ; Ojibways of the Nipissing Indian Band, 1 1 ,969 ; Ojibways 
of the Parry Island Indian Reserve, 13,139; Ojibways of the Serpent 
River Indian Band, 15,247; Ojibways of the Shoal Lake Indian 
Band No. 39, 25,813; Ojibways of the Shoal Lake Indian Band No. 
40, 24,377; Ojibways of the Spanish Indian Band, 26,399; Ojibways 
of the West Bay Indian Band, 27,217; Ojibways of the White Fish 
Bay (Sioux Narrows) Indian Band, 35,118; Ojibways of the White 
Fish Lake Indian Band, 29,416; Ojibways of the White Fish River 
Indian Band, 11,513; Oneidas of the Thames, 181,523; Rat Portage 
and Dalles Indian Band, 27,357; Saugeen, 25,846; Six Nations of the 
Grand River Indian Reserve, 94,840; Walpole Island, 90,686; 
Whitedog Indian Reserve, 54,016; Wikwemikong Band, 161,270; 
Other Suppliers. 28,889; Accounts under $10,000, 72,145 1,721,810 

Municipalities and Districts, etc. : 

Municipality of Metropohtan Toronto, 28,944; District of Algoma, 
26,614; District of Cochrane, 101,616; District of Kenora, 307,471; 
District of Thunder Bay, 210,384; District of Timiskaming, 10,485; 
Accounts under $10,000, 63,941 749,455 

Dependent Father's Assistance: 

Sundry Persons 8,685 

Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (Dental Services) 382 

Widows' and Unmarried Women's Assistance: 

Sundry Persons 106,325 

Subsidies re Municipal Administration Costs under The General Welfare 
Assistance Act: 

Municipality of Metropohtan Toronto 1,500,413 

District Municipahty of Muskoka 20,703 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 273,567 

Regional Municipahty of Ottawa-Carleton 646,700 

Regional Municipality of York 60,481 

Cities: 

Barrie, 13,862; Chatham, 11,092; Cornwall, 35,170; Gait, 14,328; 
Hamilton, 210,967; Kingston, 43,095; Kitchener, 44,855; London, 
127,373; North Bay, 29,631; Oshawa, 138,426; Peterborough, 36,553; 
Sarnia, 25,659; Sault Ste. Marie, 46,042; Sudbury, 38,904; Thunder Bay, 

87,919; Waterloo, 10,996; Windsor, 132,887; Accounts under $10,000, 

17,418 1,065,177 



Towns : 

Brampton, 12,318; Mississauga, 54,741; Timmins, 18,570; Whitby, 

24,414; Accounts under $10,000, 57.317 167,360 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Townships : 

Pickering, 16,327; Accounts under $10,000, 19,300 35,627 

Counties : 

Brant, 55,738; Bruce, 16,760; Essex, 55,577; Grey, 42,570; Halton, 
87,687; Hastings, 50,270; Kent, 22,943; Northumberland and Durham, 
46,721; Oxford, 35,503; Prescott and Russell, 46,949; Prince Edward, 
14,332; Simcoe, 30,154; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 34,579; 

Victoria, 24,622; Wellington, 44,481; Wentworth, 30,561; Accounts 

under $10,000, 10,113 649,560 

Districts : 

Algoma, 38,727; Cochrane, 35,794; Nipissing, 28,190; Parry Sound, 

22,534; Rainy River, 15,898; Sudbury, 46,605 187,748 

Indian Bands: 

Accounts under $10,000, 231 231 

Special Grants: 

District of Nipissing Welfare Administration Board, 97,907 97,907 

Subsidies re Homemakers and Nurses Services (The Homemakers and Nurses 
Services Act) : 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 827,992 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 48,633 

Regional Municipahty of Ottawa-Carleton 271,061 

Regional Municipality of York 23,337 

Cities : 

Cornwall, 21,579; Gait, 11,099; Hamilton, 200,562; Kingston, 12,947; 
Kitchener, 33,229; London, 85,796; Oshawa, 71,486; Sault Ste. Marie, 
18,661 ; Sudbury, 27,140; Thunder Bay, 54,381 ; Windsor, 61,245 598,125 

Township : 

Teck, 11.496 11,496 

Counties : 

Brant, 12,692; Essex, 15,724; Halton, 13,638; Hastings, 12,881; Oxford, 
15,579; Peel, 65,502; Simcoe, 12,137; Wellington, 70,938; Wentworth, 
21,521 240,612 

District : 

Cochrane, 17,088 17,088 

Municipalities under $10,000 200,460 

'- 127,347,404 

Special Grant to Municipahties ($16,400): 

Town of Little Current 14,800 

Township of Carnarvon 1 600 

'- 16.400 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Grant ($2,000): 

Ontario Geriatrics Research Society 2 000 

Subsidies — Residential Care and Services for Adults re operation and maintenance 
($27,968,012): 
The Charitable Institutions Act, re certain institutions: 

Agincourt— Order of the Eastern Star, Ontario. Florence Nightingale Home, 13,568; 
Shepherd Lodge, 58,350; Barrie— Grove Park Home for Senior Citizens, Grove Park, 
17,445; Beamsville— Albright Garden Home for Senior Citizens, Albright Manor! 
24,724; Bramalea— St. Leonard's House, 18,449; Brockville— Fulford Home, 36,112; 
Chatham— St. Andrew's Residence, 11,826; Cornwall— Religious Hospitallers of 
St. Joseph, St. Joseph's Villa, 145,762; Courtland— Society of the Sacred Heart 
of Jesus, Sacred Heart Villa, 52,772; Don Mills— Ascension Charitable Foundation, 
Inc., Thompson House, 84,332; Dundas— Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese of 
Hamilton— St. Joseph's Villa, 219,273; Etobicoke— Ivan Franko Home, 122,225; 
Gait — The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation Army 
Eventide Home, 32,882; Glencairn— Hope Acres Project, 85,174; Guelph— Elliott 
Home Board, Elliott Home, 19,387; Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese of Hamilton, 
St. Joseph's Villa, 155,990; St. Joseph's Home for the Aged, 13,511; Hamilton 
— Aged Women's Home Board, Aged Women's Home, 64,019; Canadian National 
Institute for the Bhnd, Edgewood Hall, 41,521; Keswick— Harold King Farm, 
23,524; Kingston — Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Quinte — St. Lawrence 
Hall, 33,118; Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, Providence Manor, 200,893; 
Kitchener — Canadian National Institute for the Bhnd, Huronia Hall, 41,270; 
Leamington — Leamington United Mennonite Church, Leamington Mennonite Home, 
19,330; London — Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Tweedsmuir Hall, 34,199; 
Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese of London in Ontario, Marian Villa, 212,290; 
St. Leonard's House, 21,168; Women's Christian Association of London, McCormick 
Home for the Aged, 21,507; Markham — Markhaven Inc., Markhaven, 42,244; 
Maxville — Maxville Manor, 129,469; Niagara Falls — The Governing Council of the 
Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation Army Eventide Home, 37,369; Orillia — 
United Church of Canada in Ontario, Hillcrest Lodge, 11,749; The Governing Council 
of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Sunset Lodge, 19,430; Trilhum Home L.O.B.A. 
of Ontario, West Incorporated, Trilhum Home, 38,082; Orleans — Grey Nuns of 
the Cross, St. Louis Residence, 137,983; Ottawa — Bronson Home Board, Bronson 
Home, 22,403; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Letson Hall, 51,878; 
Glebe Centre, 21,647; Grey Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, St. Patrick's 
Home, 143,980; Pembroke — Grey Sisters of the Immaculate Conception, Marianhill 
Home for the Aged, 130,764; Peterborough — Sisters of St. Joseph of the Diocese 
of Peterborough in Ontario, House of Providence (Marycrest), 68,141; Preston — 
Mennonite Conference of Ontario, Fairview Mennonite Home, 20,138; Scarborough 
— Sisters of St. Joseph for the Diocese of Toronto in Upper Canada, Providence 
Villa, 444,545; Stouffville — Mennonite Home Association of York County, Parkview 
Home, 10,441 ; St. Catharines — Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Linwell 
Hall, 34,258; Mennonite Brethren Senior Citizens Home, Tabor Manor, 32,372; 
Sudbury — Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Cambrian Hall, 37,782; 
Thunder Bay — Canadian National Institute for the Bhnd, Cumberland Hall, 34,980; 
Toronto — Adult Cerebral Palsy Institute of Metropolitan Toronto, Bellwoods Park 
House, 120,541; Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Clarkewood, 102,801; 
Elizabeth Fry Society, Ehzabeth Fry House, 23,306; Fairhaven House Incorporated, 
Fairhaven House, 15,325; The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada 
East, Eventide Home, 23,750; Harbour Light Mission, 90,036; Isabel and Arthur 
Meighen Lodge, 31,126; Grand Lodge of Ontario, Independent Order of Oddfellows, 
The I.O.O.F. Home, 38,925; Jewish Home for the Aged Board, Jewish Home for 
the Aged, 477,936; Laughlen Lodge Board, Laughlen Lodge, 102,837; St. Leonard's 
House, 18,720; Sisters of the Good Shepherd of Toronto, Sacred Heart Class of the 
Good Shepherd Convent, 18,825; Toronto Aged Men's and Women's Homes Board, 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Toronto Aged Men's and Women's Homes, 98,514; Toronto Diocesan Board of the 
Women's Auxiliary of the Anghcan Church of Canada, Strachan Houses, 34,434; 
Ukrainian Home for the Aged, Ivan Franko Home, 41,459; United Church of 
Canada in Ontario, Fred Victor Mission, 64,565; United Church of Canada in Ontario, 
Ina Grafton Gage Home, 36,864; Unionville — Bethany Lodge, 20,932; Unionville 
Home Society, Union Villa, 34,893; Vineland — United Mennonite Home for the 
Aged Board, United Mennonite Home for the Aged, 33,461; Willowdale — C.R. Vint 
Foundation, Carefree Lodge, 14,556; Windsor— Canadian National Institute for the 
Bhnd, Alexander Hall, 28,132; St. Leonard's House — Windsor, St. Leonard's House, 
36,121; Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph, Villa Marie, 47,643; Zurich — Blue 
Water Rest Home, 14,154; Accounts under $10,000, 63,402 4,927,534 

The Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act : 

Payments under Section 24 to Homes for the Aged: 

Municipahty of Metropohtan Toronto 5,353,823 

Regional Municipahty of Niagara 1,772,807 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 547,234 

Cities : 

Chatham, 144,046; Hamilton, 483,966; Kingston, 208,969; London, 
374,003; Oshawa, 413,819; Peterborough, 232,054; St. Thomas, 
198,321 ; Sarnia, 183,603 ; Thunder Bay, 913,787 ; Windsor, 337,439 . . 3,490,007 

Town: 

Timmins, 215,827 215,827 

Township : 

Teck, 118,582 118.582 



Counties : 

Brant and City of Brantford, 272,351; Bruce, 169,794; Dufferin, 
191,609; Elgin, 187,934; Essex, 348,914; Frontenac, 131,187; Grey, 
23,200; Haldimand, 153,767; Haliburton, 134,380; Halton, 471,907; 
Hastings, 309,655 ; Huron, 246,708 ; Kent, 200,392 ; Lambton, 431 ,098 ; 
Lanark, 139,408; Leeds and Grenville, 193,179; Lennox and Adding- 
ton, 108,399; Middlesex, 396,001; Norfolk, 151,986; Northumberland 
and Durham, 104,499; Ontario, 507,736; Oxford, 137,684; Peel, 
408,534; Perth and City of Stratford, 98,421; Peterborough, 11,048; 
Prescott and Russell, 107,865; Prince Edward, 58,721; Renfrew, 
649,100; Simcoe, 287,472; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 210,374; 
Victoria, 214,981; Waterloo, 359,918; Wellington, 104,899; Went- 
worth, 80,203 ; York, 250,066 7,853,390 



Districts: 

Algoma, 681,670; Cochrane, 389,523; Kenora, 253,746; Mamtoulin, 
178,024; Muskoka, 254,588; Nipissing, East, 329,489; Nipissing, 
West, 143,561; Parry Sound, East, 120,351; Parry Sound, West, 
135,853; Rainy River, 219,899; Sudbury, 320,860; Thunder Bay, 
177,221 3,204.785 



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27,968,012 



The Elderly Persons Centres Act : 

Kitchener — City of Kitchener Municipal Recreation Facility Committee 
Incorporated, Senior Citizen's Recreation Centre, 18,000; London — 
Kiwanis Club of Forest City, Forest City Kiwanis Senior Community 
Recreation Centre, 16,250; Oshawa — Oshawa Senior Citizens' Centre, 
30,000; Toronto— St. Christopher House, 13,181; Second Mile Club of 

Toronto, 16,500; Wood-Green Community Centre, 31,537; Accounts 

under $10,000, 29,150 154,618 

Subsidies — Operation and Maintenance: 

The Department of Social and Family Services Act : 

Centres d'accueil Champlain 329,405 

Grants — Residential Care and Services For Adults: 
re: New and Acquired Buildings ($8,952,758): 

The Charitable Institutions Act re certain institutions: 

Bramalea — St. Leonard's House, 70,014; Glencairn — Hope Acres 
Project, 170,000; Leamington — Leamington United Mennonite 
Church, Leamington Mennonite Home, 140,000; Maxville — Maxville 
Manor, 213,248; Milverton— Knollcrest Lodge, 276,722; New Ham- 
burg— Nithview Home for the Aged, 329,868; Ottawa— Hillel Lodge, 
63,308; St. Catharines— Heidehof, 283,220; Stouffville— Mennonite 
Home Association of York County, Parkview Home, 163,366; 
Toronto— Chester Village, 606,424; St. Leonard's House, 13,200; 
Vineland — United Mennonite Home for the Aged Board, United 
Mennonite Home for the Aged, 13,344; Willowdale — Carefree Lodge, 
15.000 2,357.714 

The Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act : 
New and acquired Buildings: 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 2,126,210 

Regional Municipality of Niagara 22,364 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 748,935 

Cities: 

London, 311,200; Oshawa, 131,738 442,938 

Counties: 

Duflferin, 98,028; Essex, 204,792; Grey, 682,200; Haldimand, 327,749; 
Leeds and Grenville, 96,356; Lennox and Addington, 29,212; 
Northumberland and Durham, 199,500; Ontario, 13,092; Oxford, 
15,251; Peel, 1,102,037; Simcoe, 120,503; Waterloo, 45,882; Welling- 
ton, 90,000 ; Wentworth, 25,426 3.050,028 

District : 

Parry Sound. 31.504 31,504 

Municipahties under $10,000, 93,398 93,398 

Grants — The Elderly Persons Centres Act: 

Oshawa — Oshawa Senior Citizens Centre, 15,771; Port Colborne — Port 
Colborne Senior Citizens Centre, 43,336; Stoney Creek— Ada Bland 

Senior Citizens Centre, 17,560; Accounts under $10,000, 3,000 79.667 

8,952,758 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Grants, allowances and assessment, counselling and rehabilitation services 
($6,559,234): 
Allowances and services in accordance with The Vocational Rehabilitation 
Services Act : 
Maintenance Allowances to Recipients 1,578,396 

Tuition and Supphes, etc., for Recipients: 

A.R.C. Industries, 26,843; Acme Artificial Limb Co., Ltd., 41,608; 
Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology, 18,833; Amity 
Association of Hamilton, 51,698; Cambrian College of Applied Arts 
and Technology, 14,334; Canadian Hearing Society, 10,598; Canadian 
Mental Health Association — York Centre, 31,994; Canadian National 
Institute for the Blind, 149,360; Carleton University, 12,635; 
Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology, 16,985; Con- 
federation College of Applied Arts and Technology, 27,751 ; Fanshawe 
College of Applied Arts and Technology, 11,278; Gallaudet College, 
37,216; George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology, 
25,909; Hamilton and District Association for Retarded Children, 
12,960; J. E. Hanger Co., 20,378; Humber College of Applied Arts 
and Technology, 38,368; Italian Community Education Costi Centre 
18,556; Jewish Vocational Service of Metropolitan Toronto, 160,474 
Kingston General Hospital, 42,026; Marvel Beauty Schools, 15,626 
Queen's University, 10,728; Ryerson Polytechnical Institute, 11,780 
Society for Crippled Civilians, 135,860; University of Guelph, 11,317 
University of Toronto, 23,199; University of Waterloo, 18,272 
University of Western Ontario, 23,373; University of Windsor 
15,381; Variety Village, 15,370; Waterloo Lutheran University 

10,130; York University, 15,090; Accounts under $10,000 

2,010,146 3.086.076 



Administration Grants: 

Canadian Hearing Society 

Canadian Paraplegic Association 

Hamilton Association for the Mentally Retarded , 
London Association for the Mentally Retarded . . 
Ontario Association for the Mentally Retarded . . 



106,950 

17,086 

8,000 

9,026 

40.000 



Grants to Agencies in accordance with The Vocational Rehabilitation 
Services Act : 
Operating Grants to Workshops: 

Brampton and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 
16,350; Corbrook Sheltered Workshop, 26,100; Cornwall and District 
Association for the Mentally Retarded. 11,700; Goodwill Industries 
of Windsor, 24.586; Hamilton and District Association for Retarded 
Children, 12,960; Hamilton and District Association for the Mentally 
Retarded, 30,634; Kitchener- Waterloo Kinsmen Club Inc., 14,475; 
Lakehead Association for the Mentally Retarded, 20,153; London 
and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 99,731; London 
Goodwill Industries Association, 14,356; Metropohtan Toronto 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, 300,796; North York 
Association for Children with Learning Disabihties, 12,732; Oshawa 
and District Association for Retarded Children, 24,313; Ottawa 
Neighbourhood Services, 18,230; Ottawa and District Association for 
the Mentally Retarded, 85,961; Rehabihtation Foundation for 
the Disabled, 113,774; St. Thomas-Elgin Association for Retarded 
Children, 11,369; St. Catharines and District Association for 
Retarded Children, 17,625; Salvation Army Sheltered Workshop, 



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33,000; Sarnia and District Association for the Mentally Retarded 
12,600; South Peel Association for the Mentally Retarded, 10,026 
Tillsonburg and District Association for the Mentally Retarded 
11,060; Windsor Association for the Mentally Retarded, 18,525 
Woodstock and District Association for the Mentally Retarded 
10,800; York Central Association for the Mentally Retarded, 17,250 
Accounts under $10,000, 175,869 



,144,975 



Capital Grants to Workshops: 

Barrie and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 19,680; 
Essex County Association for the Mentally Retarded, 20,875; 
Kingston and District, 20,849; London and District Association 
for the Mentally Retarded, 60,718; MetropoHtan Toronto Association 
for the Mentally Retarded, 128,256; North Halton Association for 
the Mentally Retarded, 12,275; Pembroke District Association for 
the Mentally Retarded, 15,796; Peterborough and District Associa- 
tion for the Mentally Retarded, 12,885; Rehabilitation Foundation for 
the Disabled — Assessment Centre Toronto, 41 ,831 ; Sarnia and District 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, 12,059; Sault Ste. Marie and 
District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 19,281 ; Society for 
Crippled Civilians — Toronto, 22,742; South Peel Association for the 
Mentally Retarded, 21,818; Tillsonburg and District Association for 
the Mentally Retarded, 10,036; Wallaceburg and Sydenham District 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, 15,750; Windsor Association 

for the Mentally Retarded, 35,208; Accounts under $10,000, 

98,666 



568,725 



6,559,234 



Subsidies to Children's Aid Societies ($38,804,029) : 

The Child Welfare Act : 
Subsidies on operation and maintenance costs of Children's Aid Societies, etc. : 

Children's Aid Societies: 

Algoma, 393,158; Brant, 509,011; Bruce, 201,745; Dufferin, 82,039; Elgin, 182,292; 
Essex, 967.921 ; Essex (R.C.), 766,527; Frontenac, 366,640; Grey, 250,669; Haldimand, 
47,915; Halton, 328,778; Hamilton, 1.485,214; Hamilton (R.C.), 646,609; Hastings, 
342,283; Huron, 198,314; Kapuskasing, 250,485; Kawartha. 318,171; Kenora, 
383,844; Kent, 305,291; Lambton, 308.701; Lanark, 98,067; Leeds and Grenville, 
191,931; Lennox and Addington, 48,547; Manitoulin, 84,929; Middlesex, 1,865,184; 
Muskoka, 187,018; Niagara, 1,313,221; Nipissing, 271,331; Norfolk, 212,203; North- 
umberland and Durham, 305,492 ; Ontario, 664,813 ; Ottawa, 2,949,892 ; Oxford, 171,276 ; 
Parry Sound, 240,711; Peel, 545,125; Perth, 212,790; Porcupine, 363,259; Prescott 
and Russell, 176,483; Prince Edward, 86,802; Rainy River, 194,864; Renfrew, 290,065; 
Simcoe, 499,494; Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry, 428,275; Sudbury, 1,037,066; 
Thunder Bay, 1,001,252; Timiskaming, 214,441; Toronto, 9,300,349; Toronto (R.C.), 
5,578,536; Waterloo, 890,335; Wellington, 416,347; York, 545,736 38,721,441 



Additional Aid to Certain Municipalities: 
Township: 

Teck. 17.088; Accounts under $10,000, 41,104 



58,192 



Town: 

Geraldton, 12,362; Accounts under $10,000, 7,336 



19,698 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



District : 

Accounts under $10,000, 1,903 1,903 

County: 

Accounts under $10,000, 2,795 2,795 



38,804,029 



Subsidies to Institutions for Children and Youth ($3,078,357) : 
Subsidies on operation and maintenance : 

The Charitable Institutions Act, re certain institutions: 

Agincourt — Bethel Home, 38,899; Chatham — The Roman Catholic Episcopal Cor- 
poration of the Diocese of London in Ontario, Sundale Manor, 27,460; Clarkson — 
Armagh, 31,764; Hamilton — The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada 
East, Grace Haven, 26,543; London — The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, 
Canada East, Bethesda Home, 19,137; Ottawa — The Governing Council of the 
Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation Army Bethany Home, 52,112; St. Mary's 
Home, 50,992; Scarborough — Rosalie Hall (Misericordia Sisters) Rosalie Hall, 
45,681; Toronto — Anglican Houses, Beverly Lodge, 21,717; Humewood House 
Association, Humewood House, 67,088; Ingles House, 16,250; The Governing Council 
of the Salvation Army, Canada East, The Homestead, 43,234; The Governing Council 
of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation Army Bethany Home, 24,248; 
Pentecostal Benevolent Association of Ontario, Teen Challenge, 32,212; United Church 
of Canada in Ontario, Victor Home, 44,191; Waterloo — Incorporated Synod of the 

Diocese of Huron, St. Monica House, 52,297; Windsor — Inn of Windsor, 22,140; 

Accounts under $10,000, 20,112 636,077 

The Children's Institutions Act : 

Concord — The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, 
Salvation Army House of Concord, 344,159; Cornwall — Cornwall Youth 
Residence Incorporated, Cornwall Youth Residence, 33,604; Hamilton 
— Big Sister Association of Hamilton, Charlton Hall, 45,347; Hamilton 
Wesley House, 45,470; Lawson Lodge, 17,050; London — Girls' Group 
Home of London, Incorporated, Girls' Group Home, 45,642; The 
Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation 
Army Children's Village, 77,788; Protestant Orphans' Home Board, 
Merrymount Children's Home, 126,562; Teen Girls Home, 26,579; 
United Community Services of Greater London, Hardy Geddes House, 
56,647; Ottawa — Sisters of the Addolorata, Servants of Mary Servite 
Sisters Home for Children, 28,114; Youth Services Bureau of Ottawa, 
Ottawa Youth Residence for Girls, 16,683; Ottawa Youth Residence, 
88,378; Richmond Hill — Grand Orange Lodges of Ontario East and 
West, Ladies Orange Benevolent Association of Ontario, East and 
West, and the Loyal True Blue Association, Loyal True Blue and 
Orange Home, 284,405; St. Agatha— Order of the School Sisters of 
Notre Dame, Notre Dame of St. Agatha, 24,615; Sudbury— Order of 
the Grey Nuns of the Cross, Youville Home, 47,760; Toronto— Big 
Sister Association, Municipality of MetropoHtan Toronto, Big Sister 
Residence, 65,087; The Boys' Home, Woodycrest Avenue, 17,776; The 
Boys' Home, Danforth Avenue, 14,694; The Boys' Home, Wroxeter 
Avenue, 21,907; Chfton House for Boys, 142,891; Delisle House, 
27,881; Jewish Family and Child Service of Metropohtan Toronto, 
Jewish Family and Child Service, 61,144; Metropolitan Toronto 
Group Home, 39,725; Opportunity House Incorporated, Opportunity 
House, 31,434; Opportunity House Incorporated, Opportunity House, 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



11,744; The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, 
Salvation Army Children's Home, 14,197; Yorklea Children's Lodges 

Incorporated, Yorklea Children's Lodge, 40,267; Accounts under 

$10,000, 23,111 



1,820,661 



The Homes for Retarded Persons Act, 1966: 

Charlestown — EHzabeth Bigelow Village, 26,232; Chelmsford — Valley 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, Grand View, 16,436; Fort Erie 
— Peace Bridge Association for the Mentally Retarded, Rosedale, 
44,038; Hamilton — Hamilton and District Association for the Mentally 
Retarded — Heath Residence, 47,561 ; London — London and District 
Association for the Mentally Retarded, Margot E. Scott House, 12,624; 
Metropolitan Toronto — Metropolitan Toronto Association for the Mentally 
Retarded, Harold R. Lawson Residence, 151,890; Orangeville — Good 
Shepherd Manor, 21,968; Ottawa — Ottawa and District Association for 
the Mentally Retarded, Silver Spring Farm, 81,786; Port Colborne — 
Port Colborne District Association for the Mentally Retarded Incor- 
porated, Hawthorne Lodge, 46,569; Richmond Hill — Day Break, 
11,611; Willowdale — Metropolitan Toronto Association for the Mentally 
Retarded — Sheppard Avenue Residence, 54,443; Windsor — Ursuline 
Religious of the Diocese of London, Glengarda, 44,341 ; Windsor Associa- 
tion for the Mentally Retarded, Churchwood Residence, 53,584; 

Accounts under $10,000, 8,536 



621,619 



3,078,357 



Grants — new and acquired buildings ($947,044): 
The Child Welfare Act : 

County of Waterloo, 16,800 



The Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies 



16,800 
5.000 



The Children's Institutions Act : 

Cookstown — Circle R Boys Ranch, 26,672; London — The Governing 
Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, Salvation Army Children's 
Village, 300,000; Orillia — Richmond House, 18,000; Pickering— Fernie 
House, 60,000; Toronto— Sancta Maria House, 10,800; The Boys Home, 
13.200 



428,672 



The Homes for Retarded Persons Act: 

Caledon— Elizabeth Bigelow Village— Charlestown, 21,600; Gait— South 
Waterloo Association for the Mentally Retarded — Carol Currier Residence, 
105,000; Markham— Participation House, 69,972; Mount Elgin— Arc- 
wood Acres, 80,000; Richmond Hill— Friends of L'Arche, 60,000; St. 
Thomas — Friendship Home, 160,000 



496,572 



947,044 



Expenditures in Accordance with The Day Nurseries Act ($4,609,349) : 
Provincial-Municipal Program: 

Grants to Municipalities under The Day Nurseries Act : 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 2,413,025 

Regional Municipahty of Niagara 141,788 

Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton 397,439 

Regional Municipahty of York 23,694 

Accounts under $10,000 5,255 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Cities : 

Chatham, 17,462; Gait, 20,432; Hamilton, 251,554; Kingston, 34,714; 
Kitchener, 20,425; London, 491,791; Oshawa, 51,922; Owen Sound, 
34,644; Peterborough, 23,204; Sarnia, 40,650; Stratford, 14,570; Thunder 

Bay, 76,923; Windsor, 41,449; Woodstock, 25,580; Accounts under 

$10,000, 18,806 



1,164,126 



Towns : 

Collingwood, 30,403; Hawkesbury, 11,959; Ingersoll, 21,326; Mississauga, 
42,498; Preston, 61,219; Strathroy, 22,495; Walkerton, 31,235; Wallace- 
burg, 10,193; Whitby, 11,152; Accounts under $10,000, 20,219 262,699 

Villages : 

Accounts under $10,000, 6,073 6,073 

Townships : 

Accounts under $10,000, 22,202 22,202 

Counties : 

Brant, 61,987; Essex, 43,776; Hastings, 13,440; Wentworth, 14,325; 

Accounts under $10,000, 9,833 143,361 

Indian Bands: 

Walpole Island, 28,190; Accounts under $10,000, 1,497 29,687 

4,609,349 

Miscellaneous ($5,000): 

Nursery Education Association of Ontario 5,000 

The Day Nurseries Act — Extended Day Care ($3,350,469) : 

Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto 500,000 

Regional Municipahty of Niagara 80,000 

Regional Municipahty of Ottawa-Carleton 500,000 

Regional Municipahty of York 275,000 

Cities : 

Oshawa, 90,000; Peterborough, 70,000; Sarnia, 140,000; Sault Ste. Marie, 

100,000; Stratford, 70,000; Sudbury, 80,000; Windsor, 200,000 750,000 

Towns : 

Ajax, 70,000; Almonte, 70,921; Ingersoll, 75,000; Listowel, 70,000; 
Mississauga, 100,000; Parry Sound, 70,000; Perth, 75,000; Smiths Falls, 
75,000 ; Whitby, 90,000 ; Wingham, 35,000 730,921 

Townships : 

Chinguacousy, 80,000 ; Pickering, 80,000; Red Lake, 40,000 200,000 

County: 

Essex, 65,000 65,000 

Indian Bands: 

Chippewas of the Kettle Point Indian Band, 14,548; Chippewas of the 

Sarnia Indian Band, 20,000 ; Walpole Island, 15,000 49,548 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Certain Institutions: 

Brantford and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 25,000; 
Kitchener-Waterloo and District Association for the Mentally Retarded, 
100,000; Lakehead Association for the Mentally Retarded, 25,000; 
South Peel Association for the Mentally Retarded, 50,000 



200,000 



Grants^Renovations ($50,400): 

Town of Mount Forest, 50,400 50,400 



Subsidies re Day Nurseries Act, Extended Day Care Project, 
Associations for the Mentally Retarded ($72,535); 

Hamilton and District Association for the Mentally Retarded 13,113 

Metropolitan Toronto and District Association for the Mentally Retarded 22,102 

Accounts under $10,000 ^7,320 



Cost of providing assessment, restorative and therapeutic services and other necessary costs 
to applicants and recipients under The Family Benefits Act, etc. ($2,479): 

Accounts under $10,000, 2,479 



Special Warrants ($241,983) 

Salvation Army— House of Concord: Payment to be made to the 
Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, The Salvation 
Army House of Concord, for the purpose of assisting the organization 
with operating expenses of an institution called The Salvation Army 
House of Concord, Concord, Ontario, where board and lodging and 
vocational training are provided for male youths who are referred by 

court authorities 

Salvation Army, House of Concord ' 



3,350,469 



50,400 



72,535 



Other (51282,278) 

Cost of operation — Board of Review ($140,719): 
Expenses of Committee: 

E. Armstrong, allowance, 9,225, expenses. 9,319; J. Ballantyne, allowance, 11,925, 
expenses, 4,087; J. S. Band, allowance, 13,000, expenses, 380; N. I. Brown, allowance, 
9,000, expenses, 300; J. F. Drea, allowance, 12,750, expenses, 4,956; L. H. Ellins, 
allowance, 10,875, expenses, 8,824; R. J. Morris, allowance, 13,430; expenses, 4,591; 
H. J. Price, allowance, 935, expenses, 998; L. Vaillancourt, allowance, 10,350, expenses, 
10,626; J. b. Wright, allowance, 3,145, expenses, 2,003 140,719 

Grants— re Credit Counselling Services ($139,080): 

Credit Counselling Advisory Board of Hamilton and District, 37,209; Credit Counselling 
Service of Metropolitan Toronto, 44,929; Credit Counselhng Service of Ottawa, 15,379; 
Accounts under $10,000, 41,563 



139,080 



2,479 



50.000 



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DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL AND FAMILY SERVICES — Continued 



Subsidies incurred under The Children's Institutions Act arising from 
The Age of Majority and Accountability Act, 1971 

Concord — The Governing Council of the Salvation Army, Canada East, 

Salvation Army House of Concord 49,323 

Cornwall Youth Residence 501 

Charles C. Lawson Lodge 4,800 

Hamilton Wesley House 13,709 

Girl's Group Home of London, Inc 9,938 

Hardy Geddes House — London 8,279 

Mission Services of London 1 ,251 

Teen Girls' Home 7,413 

Richmond House 3,094 

Big Sister Residence 30,978 

Big Sister Residence—Charlton Hall 11 ,022 

Clifton House for Boys 19,686 

Dehsle House 14,859 

Jewish Family and Child Service of Metropolitan Toronto 6,864 

Opportunity House Incorporated 777 

Sancta Maria House 9,489 



Cornwall 
Hamilton 

London 



Orillia 
Toronto 



191,983 



Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 



Hon. R. Brunelle February 1, 1972 to March 31, 1972 

Hon. T. L. Wells April 1,1971 to January 31, 1972. . 



12,582 
2,418 



15,000 



Total Expenditure, Department of Social and Family 

Services $383,758,769 



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DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION 

Hon. Fern Guindon, Minister (Statutory, see page 186) 
DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 



Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($5,181,648) 

S- Bray Deputy Minister 34,079 

C. T. Rollins (Chairman, St. Lawrence Parks Commission), 4,983; A. K. Farlinger 
(Vice-Chairman, St. Lawrence Parks Commission), 2,491; F. J. Boyer, 29,192; E. H. 

Johnston, 20,328; D. F. McOuat, 24,078; D. M. Peacock, 23.747; Other salaries and 

wages, 5,067,016 5,205,914 

Less : Government of Canada Refunds : 

re: Canadian International Development Agency. . . 22,448 

re: Trent, Severn and Rideau Waterway Study .... 1,818 

24,266 



5,181,648 



Employee Benefits ($319,248) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario -re: Canada Pension Plan, 62,627; 
Group Insurance, 54,280; Long Term Income Protection, 185; Ontario 
Health Services Insurance Plan, 272; Public Service Superannuation Fund, 
175,261 ; Unemployment Insurance, 5,514 298,139 



Receiver General of Canada — Unemployment Insurance, 24,440; 
Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario, 9,958 

Less: Government of Canada Refund: 

re: Canadian International Development Agency. . . 
Employees' Contribution to Unemployment 

Insurance 



34.398 



,034 



12.255 



332,537 



13,289 



319.248 



Travelling Expenses ($422,752) 

Hon. Fern Guindon, 2,584; Air Canada, 21,899; B. V. Bedore, 3,643; W. Bestwick, 3,572; 
F. J. Boyer, 3,605; J. M. Cardwell, 3,180; V. Castle, 3,344; Chateau Laurier, 3,880; J. P. 
Cook, 2,760; R. R. Coward, 4,425; J. Devine, 3,179; T. Fagan, 2,814; Frontenac Coach 
Lmes, 4,017; P. E. Hansen, 2,734; P. A. Head, 3,365; Holiday Inns, 2,594; H. P. 
MacMillan, 4,777; D. J. MacKenzie, 2,630; C. McDonald, 3,984; J. R. McHattie, 2,816; 
R. Muckleston, 3,616; D. M. Peacock, 2,784; C. Price, 2,835; F. M. Ruddy, 3,128; 
C. B. Scarlett, 3,081; J. R. Sloan, 2,587; E. J. Stone, 4,020; V. N. Styrmo, 3,556; F. A. 
Venn, 3,851 ; Other accounts under $2,500, 308,381 423,641 



Less: Government of Canada Refund: 

re: Trent, Severn and Rideau Waterway Study . 
Society of American Travel Writers Convention . 



154 

735 



889 



422,752 



184 



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DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($5,011,121) 



Acme Paper Products Co., 10,941; Art & Design Studios, Ltd., 566,574; Baker Lovick 
BBDO, Ltd., 1,393,311; W. M. Baker, 13,500; Bell Canada, 38,246; Bemac Protective 
Coatings, Ltd., 30,139; Joseph Bogdan, 11,198; Breadner Co., Ltd., 11,334; J. Brown 
Vallance & Co., Ltd., 12,665; Camp Associates Advertising, Ltd., 50,568; Canadian 
Foreign Language Services, Ltd., 25,995; Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 26,356; Carrel 
Pustina & Zelinski, 136,640; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 14,417; Communications-6 Inc., 
76,362 ; Corp. City of Thunder Bay, 39,759 ; Crane Supply, 10,973 ; Cruickshank Construction, 
Ltd., 24,018; D C Film Services, 10,798; Dibblee Construction Co., Ltd., 11,857; Disher- 
Farrand, Ltd., 15,980; Elcyda Corp., Ltd., 12,365; Emmons & Mitchell Construction, 
27,281; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 10,995; Dan Gibson Productions, Ltd., 42,284; 
James Godkin, 10,100; Department of Transportation and Communications (Highways), 
112,285; Hodgins Lumber, Ltd., 12,028; Hunnisett & Edmonds, Ltd., 10,030; Lakehead 
University, 50,500; Linnenbank Leather Goods, Ltd., 16,026; Market Facts of Canada, 
Ltd., 25,650; Marshall, Macklin, Monaghan, Ltd., 11,968; Midland Planing Mills, Ltd., 
16,000; Modern Talking Picture Service Inc., 43,773; National Heritage, Ltd., 246,571; 
Northern Great Lakes Area Council, 18,500; Ontario Hydro, 47,537; Osborne Northey & 
Assoc, 12,000; Petrofina Canada, Ltd., 18,727; Pigott Project Management, 148,623; 
Pinkus Salvage & Auto Parts, Ltd., 10,722; Dave Price, 11,802; Proctor & Redfern, Ltd., 
13,400; Project Planning Associates, Ltd., 18,164; Department of Public Works, 145,158; 
Red Express, 11,514; Reason Assoc. Films, Ltd., 18,002; Receiver General of Canada — 
Postage, 54,663; Rutherford Photographic, 12,407; Spramotor, Ltd., 11,085; Stewart, 
Corbett, Musclow & Barr, 18,272; Superior Propane, Ltd., 13,357; Department of Trade 
and Development, 10,416; Traveldata, 19,190; Vidon Productions, Ltd., 50,997; Whetung 

Ojibwa Crafts, 10,955; Winchester Press Co., 13,317; Accounts under $10,000, 

1,148,612 5,016,907 

Less Refunds : Government of Canada : 

re : Foreign Diplomatic Corps 350 

re: Trent, Severn and Rideau Waterway 

Study 38 

Society of American Travel Writers 997 

The Municipality and Tourism Conference. 935 
Recovery of Cost of Electricity, etc., from 

Concessionaires 2,545 

Sale of Boots, etc., to Employees 921 

5,786 



5,011,121 



Grants (JiJ454,292) 

Regional Associations: 

Algoma Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Almaguin Highlands Regional 
Tourist Council, 5,000; Bay of Quinte Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; 
Capital Region Tourist Council, 5,000; Essex-Kent Regional Tourist 
Council, 5,000; Golden Route-Highway 101 Regional Tourist Council, 
5,000; Georgian Bay-Parry Sound Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; 
Great Pine Ridge Tourist Council, 5,000; Hahburton Highlands Regional 
Tourist Council, 5,000; Highland of Hastings Tourist Region Council, 
5,000; Huronia Tourist Association, 5,000; James Bay Frontier Regional 
Tourist Council, 5,000; Sudbury French River Regional Tourist Council, 
5,000; Kawartha Tourist Association, 10,000; Kinniwabi Pines Regional 
Tourist Council, 5,000; Lake of the Woods Regional Tourist Council, 
5,000; Land O' Lakes Tourist Region Council, 5,000; Lower Ottawa 
Valley Travel Council, 1,280; Madawaski Valley Regional Tourist Council, 
5,000 ; Manitoulin-Espanola Regional Tourist Council, 5,000 ; Metropohtan 
Toronto Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Mid- Western Regional Tourist 



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DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 



Council, 5,000; Niagara Iroquoia Tourist Association, 5,000; Nipissing 
Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Patricia Regional Tourist Council, 
5,000; Rainy River Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; Regional Tourist 
Council of the Grey and Bruce, 5,000; Rideau Lakes and 1000 Islands 
Travel Council, 5,000; Sarnia Lambton Regional Tourist Council, 5,000; 
Seaway Valley Regional Tourist Council, 4,949; Temiskaming Regional 
Tourist Council, 5,000; Superior-Northern Route Regional Tourist 
Council, 1,813; Upper Lake Superior Travel Council, 5,000; Upper 
Ottawa Valley Travel Council, 5,000 168,042 

Archives and History: 

Museums, Sundry Municipalities, 95,998; Ontario Archaeological Society, 
1,000; Ontario Genealogical Society, 1,000; Ontario Heritage Founda- 
tion, 22,500; Ontario Historical Society, 8,500 128,998 

Other: 

Kiwanis Club, 17,000; City of Ottawa Visitors and Convention Bureau, 

50,000; Special Employment Plan, 90,252 157,252 

454,292 



The Centennial Centre of Science and Technology 

Salaries and Wages ($2,512,788) 

G. R. Gillman, 20.800; A. Hemmingway, 21,170; T. Miake, 23,621; D. N. Omand, 30,955; 

Other salaries and wages, 2,416,242 2,512,788 

Employee Benefits ($158,532) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 31,318; Group Insurance, 
1,157; Long Term Income Protection, 2,519; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 5,418; 
Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 10,324; Ontario Hospital Plan, 6,613; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, 85,494; Teachers' Superannuation Fund, 7,817; Unemploy- 
ment Insurance, 5,782 156,442 

Workmen's Compensation Board, 2,090 2,090 

158.532 



Travelling Expenses ($19,881) 

Accounts under $2,500, 19,881 19,881 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($1,149,927) 

Art Design Studios Limited, 28,803; Bell Canada, 23,562; Commercial Plastics & Supply 
Corp., 11,763; Electro Sonic Industrial Sales (Toronto), Limited, 16.104; Fairbank 
Lumber Company, Limited, 19,452; Dan Gibson Productions, Ltd., 22,085; Haldane 
Electric Supply, Limited, 13,399; International Aeradio (North America), Limited, 
31,262; MacKenzie Laboratories, Inc., 11,270; Modern Building Cleaning, 205,784; 
MacMillan Bloedel Building Materials, 12,141; McConnell Advertising Company, Limited, 
70,866; Simpsons Contract Division, 39,018; Smith and Long (Eastern), Limited, 12,466; 
Waring/ Hoffman/ Baker, Limited, 18,688; Accounts under $10,000, 613,264 1,149,927 



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DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM AND INFORMATION — Continued 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($12,582) 

The Executive Council Act, R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 153 

Hon. Fern Guindon April 1, 1971 to February 1, 1972 12,582 

Total Expenditure, Department of Tourism and 

Information J$15,242,771 



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DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT 

Hon. J. White, Minister (Statutory, see page 189) 
Hon. A. Grossman, Minister (Statutory, see page 189) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages ($5,353,780) 

D.J. Collins Deputy Minister 34,502 

R. L. Brock, 21,641; A. Cameron, 24,343; A. S. Clark, 20,264; S. W. Clarkson, 3,354; 
R. A. Cfichton, 20,124; H. L. Duerr, 20,165; W. A. Fowler, 23,847; J. J. Graham, 
23,847; L. A. Hassell, 21.355; W. A. Ledingham, 21,383; R. M. Peebles, 21,383; A. J. 
Fetch, 20,165; N. Probyn. 21.437; N. R. Radford, 23,617; J. W. Ramsay, 30,840; 
D. R. Richmond, 22,348; A. A. Rowan-Legg, 27.904; H. L. Wood. 20,336; P. A. York, 
31.691 ; Other salaries and wages. 4,899,234 5.353,780 

Employee Benefits ($268,410) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan, 48,567; Group Insurance, 
1,788; Legislative Assembly Retirement Allowances Account. 995; Long Term Income 
Protection. 5,500; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 7,209; Ontario Health Services Insurance 
Plan, 14,243; Ontario Hospital Plan. 7.010; Public Service Superannuation Fund. 153,675; 

Unemployment Insurance, 7,501 246.488 

Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario 17,016 

National Health and Graduated Pension 4.906 



Travelling Expenses ($574,587) 



268,410 



Hon. A. Grossman. 5.990; Hon. J. White. 700; Adria Travel Service, 46,931; Air Canada, 
41,817; H. E. Alexander, 5,932; Baldwin Travel Bureau. 60.893; D. A. Bamford. 4,543; 
W. C. Beck, 2,653; R. L. Brock. 3.704; L. Casey. 2,507; N. Coxall, 5,148; L. M. 
Cranston. 2.960; R. L. Decent, 3,943; C. DeLorme, 4.445; D. P. Dempster. 3,571; 
H. L. Duerr, 4,793; Fisher-Fremont Travel Ltd., 43,500; W. A. Fowler, 5,501; J. L. 
Franks, 3,662; R. Gibson. 2,807; J. A. Gregory, 2,649; R. Groves. 3.388; J. R. Harvey, 
4.727; K. Heeley-Ray, 2.526; HolHng Travel Service. 47.708; Kuehne & Nagel Travel 
Service, 4,532; J. B. Lewis, 3,964; A. Lorenzini, 2,659; L. Lymburner. 7,166; C. B. 
MacConnell, 2,937; D. A. Mackay. 3,700; H. Martinsen. 2,913; H. V. McMurray, 2,613; 
G. Milford. 7,720; Mississauga Travel Service, 42,882; R. A. Mitchell, 3,471 ; C. E. Morgan, 
2.586; H. R. Nellis, 2,901; A. J. Fetch. 3,700; J. W. Ramsay, 4,758; A. A. Rowan-Legg. 
6.130; P. Samson, 4.685; A. W. Santamaura. 3,021; Saunders Travel Service, 13,540; 
W. Schabereiter, 2,670; W. F. Shave, 2,710; R. H. Stapleford, 3,249; N. J. Sweetlove, 
2,856; W. T. Thompson, 4,216; E. Vita-Finzi, 6,043; H. L. Wood, 5.655; K. H. Zube. 
2,618; Accounts under $2,500, 101,694 574,587 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($15,287,947) 

A.B.T. Hennix Reklamtelje, 11,654; Abex Industries of Canada, Ltd.. 18,228; Aero Marine 
Industries, Ltd., 25,926; Aetna Factors Corp., Ltd., 18,264; Aikenhead Hardware Ltd., 
23,169; Ainsworth Electric Co., Ltd., 401,618; Alpha Sheet Metal Co.. 16,199; American 
Tent Awning Co., Ltd., 87,631; R. V. Anderson Associates, 20,947; Andrew Paving & 
Engineering, 31,994; Apex Neon Creative Signs, 13,691; A/R Fun Products, Ltd., 
32,601; Atlantic Audio-Visual Co., 288,745; Balogh Excavating Co., Ltd., 10,238; Bell 
Canada, 10,863; Bellevue Pathe, Ltd., 60.164; Berkley Contracting, Ltd.. 67,349; 
B.K.S. Displays. Ltd., 12,375; Caldwell Equipment Co., Ltd., 49,633; Canada Building 
Materials Co., 54,505; Canadian Artifact, 18,740; Canadian Beaver Co., Ltd., 21,035; 
Canadian National Telecommunications, 12,073; Canadian Pittsburgh Industries, Ltd., 
39,280; Cassidy's Ltd., 16,103; Centennial Sheet Metal Products. 16,469; D. Chandler 



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DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 



Waterproofing, Ltd., 41,992; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 12,911; Cinevision (Ontario), Ltd., 
15,805; City of Westminster, 37,485; Charles Cairney Mechanical & Electrical, Ltd., 
71,591; B. T. S. Clarke, 13,903; Clarkson Gordon & Co., 11,147; Contract Hardware 
Specialists. Ltd., 10,274; Craig, Zeidler & Strong, 526,099; Crawford Ontario Sand & 
Gravel, 21,346; Crystal Fountain Co., 36,909; Dacor, Ltd., 12,735; Danforth Press, Ltd., 
13,039; Department of Public Works, 1,071,770; Department of Revenue, 29,927; 
Department of Transportation & Communications, 19,460; Desco of Ontario, Ltd., 
74,015; Design Craft, Ltd., 13,450; Disher-Farrand, Ltd., 131,938; Disney Display, 269,325; 
Display Service Co., Ltd., 38,725; Dominion Aluminum Fabricating, Ltd., 110,074; 
Dominion Regaha, Ltd., 14,508; Downs Mechanical Contract, 16,346; Dundas Iron & 
Steel, Ltd., 95,597; East Toronto Camera, Wholesale, 12,974; Electronic Consultant 
Bureau, 19,027; W. H. ElHnger, Ltd., 76,076; Empire Oihce Equipment, Ltd., 10,822; 
Erikson-Massey, Architects & Planners, 14,401; Bruce S. Evans, Ltd., 788,505; O. H. 
Evans & Sons, Ltd., 28,359; John Ewing Co., Ltd., 15,676; F. Fentiman & Sons, Ltd., 
247,256; Film Effects of Hollywood, 25,380; Film Optical of Canada, Ltd., 27,927; 
Foster Advertising, Ltd., 362,265; Frankel Structural Steel, Ltd., 243,792; Fuller & 
Sadao Inc., 15,453; Future Form Plastics, Ltd., 14,344; General Sound & Theatre 
Equipment, Ltd., 200,620; George Brown College of Applied Arts & Technology, 78,782; 
Gilbert Steel, Ltd., 23,837; Glaverbel Glass, Ltd., 38,769; Estate of Glulam Products, 
33,726; L. J. Guttman, Ltd., 409,228; S. I. Guttman, Ltd., 55,253; Hall Photographic 
Supply, 21,350; Hand Chemical Industries, Ltd., 29,215; Hickey Plastics (Ontario), Ltd.; 
42,385; Hoffman Brothers, Ltd., 10,002; I.B.M. Canada, Ltd., 21,155; Indusmen, Ltd.. 
71,665; International Aeradio (North America), Ltd.. 21.249; Irwin Specialties, 37,285; 
Itek Business Products, Ltd.. 10,704; King Plastics, Ltd., 110,180; William Kitchen, 
12,709; Knecht & Berchtold, Ltd., 15,066; Norman Lathing, Ltd., 15,492; Leonardi 
Brothers Construction, 10.716; Linnenbank Leather Goods, Ltd., 18,222; Lisanti 
Contracting Co., Ltd., 97,417; Lajanetta Haulage, 42,093; Gordon A. MacEachern, Ltd., 
12,920; David MacKay, Ltd., 12,580; F. Manleys & Sons. Ltd., 10,173; Manpower 
Services Toronto, 14,862; Marshall Mackhn Monaghan, Ltd., 17,800; McLaughlan Mohr. 
Ltd., 224,189; McRae Custom Colour Laboratories, Ltd., 14,760; Mega Systems Design, 
Ltd., 38,348; Metalsmiths Co., Ltd., 15,769; Metro Cab Co., Ltd., 17,076; Modern Railing & 
Metalcraft, Ltd., 165.832; Miller Mobile Homes. 29.958; Milne-Pearson Productions. Ltd.. 
37.396; Monarch Papers, Ltd., 12,119; Multiscreen Corp., Ltd., 49,333; Municipality of 
Metro Toronto, 14,422; National Ballet Guild of Canada, 14,244; Navy League of 
Canada, 14,147; J. L. Neilson Management, Ltd., 47.773; Phil Nimmons, 13.793; 
Northdown Drywall & Construction, Ltd., 45,099; Northsted Group, Ltd., 17,612; 
Oakville Iron Works, Ltd.. 14,365; Office Overload, 16,056; Omega Marble Co., Ltd., 
16,004; Ontario Furniture Manufacturers Association, 13,565; Otis Elevator Co., Ltd., 
51,263; Pancolor Inc., 16.637; Panex Exhibits Services, 34,255; Petersen & Schulman, Ltd., 
31.260; Picard Construction Associates. Ltd.. 26,416; Place Restaurants, 26,328; 
Platers Research of Canada, Ltd., 49,216; Plyform Construction Co., Ltd., 125,810; 
Prepost Co., Ltd., 12,900; Proctor Redfern, Ltd., 27,583; Progressive Food Services 
Equipment, Ltd., 82.261; R. A. Rawlinson. Ltd., 131,818; Reason Associates Films, Ltd.. 
28.006; Receiver General of Canada. 135.304; Reed, Shaw & Osier, Ltd., 15,512; Jan H. 
Reimers & Associates, 18,000; Reliable Tobacco Co., Ltd., 37,803; Restoration 
Associates, 19,810; Don Riske Equipment. Ltd.. 14.086; Ivan Romanoff, 11,128; Rosenthal 
China (Canada). Ltd.. 13.150; P. S. Ross & Partners. 29.500; Ruliff Grass. Ltd.. 164.820; 
Sampson Mathews, Ltd., 68,595; J. Sannuto Design, 21,167; G. F. Seeley & Sons, Ltd., 
23.904; Seven-0 Productions. Ltd.. 89,817; Skyline Hotels, 10,699; Smith & Loveless 
Ecodyne, Ltd., 13,877; Smithfield Masonry Contractors, Ltd.. 25,769; Lesley L. Solty & 
Sons, Ltd.. 231,882; Spectrum Painting & Decorating. 52.275; State Electric Co.. Ltd.. 
1,038,983; Stevens Donaldson Associates, Ltd., 14,723; Stewart & Morrison, Ltd., 
50.631; St. Louis Grading, 16,816; Strand Century, Ltd., 23,288; Studio Sound Services, 
55.003; Superior Restaurant & Hotel Supplies, Ltd.. 28,755; Sutherland Mcllhargey 
Associates, 90.809; Sutton Place, 10,990; S & W Contractors, 18,744; Sweda International, 
22,736; Harold Symonds & Associates, Inc., 14,433; TDF Film Productions. 75.116; 
Technicolor Inc.. 13.160; Terrazzo Marble & Tile Co.. 38,020; Texaco Canada, Ltd., 
21,739; Theatre Systems, Inc., 35.864; Thompson Ahern Co., Ltd., 10,039; Toronto 



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DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 



Harbour Commission, 595,455; Toronto Symphony, 151,129; Toronto Transit Commission, 
10,589; Unidine of Canada, Ltd., 17,922; United Security, Ltd., 99,304; United Stationery 
Co., Ltd., 12,932; Ure-Al Corp. Canada, Ltd., 14,386; Vital Sound Productions, Ltd., 
17,792; Waring Hoffmann Baker, Ltd., 17,669; Warren Bitulithic, Ltd.. 201,753; Watt & 
Wallace, 18,998; Watts & Henderson, Ltd., 82,281; Westeel Rosco Products, Ltd., 
53,999 ; Xerox of Canada, Ltd., 25,839 ; Accounts under $10,000, 2,427,762 15,287,947 

Grants, Subsidies, etc. ($2,215,000) 

Ontario Research Foundation — for Industrial Research Services, 205,000; Foundation 

Research, 1.610,000; Modernization of Scientific Equipment, 400,000 2,215,000 

Other ($10,609,421) 

Per Diem Allowances ($17,105) : 

J. M. Gillies, 9,500; C. H. Van Home, 7,605; 17,105 

Foreign Service Allowances ($163,353) : 

H. E. Alexander, 11,836; R. E. Austin, 6,281; J. F. Bolan, 9,082; W. Burke, 3,405; 
L. M. Cranston, 982; H. G. Donaldson. 999; S. L. Edwards, 4,496; A. Emslie, 999; 
R. Groves, 7,677; J. C. Hughes, 3.629; R. LaPalme, 8,049; J. M. Lappin, 5,202; J. B. 
Lewis, 9,968; H. Martinsen, 8,033; H. V. McMurray, 3,137; G. Milford, 8,880; R. A. 
Mitchell, 6,846; B. E. Monette, 999; H. R. Nellis. 8,239; A. A. Rowan-Legg, 8,673; 
P. Samson, 8,450; D. R. Spence, 5,818; R. H. Stapleford, 9,252; N. J. Sweetlove, 
8,768; W. T. Thompson, 1,999; E. Vita-Fmzi, 11,654 163,353 

Ontario Development Corporation ($10,170,168) : 

Contribution to the Ontario Development Corporation to finance its 

operation 1 ,728,500 

Other Transactions — Loan Forgiveness and Guarantees 2,081,604 

Disbursements — Performance Loan Program 6,360,064 

10.170,168 

Northern Ontario Development Corporation ($258,795) : 

Contribution to the Northern Ontario Development Corporation to finance 

its operation 180,517 

Disbursements — Performance Loan Program 78,278 

Statutory 

Minister's Salary ($15,000) 

Hon. J. White February 13, 1972 to March 31, 1972 1.776 

Hon. A. Grossman April 1, 1971 to February 12, 1972 13,224 15.000 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary ($437) 

Parliamentary Assistant's Salary 437 

Advances to the Ontario Development Corporation ($8,235,868) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 308 

Disbursements: 

Term Loan Program 5,651 ,098 

Assistance to the tourist industry 259,932 

Pollution abatement equipment 634,838 

Northam Industrial Park 1,690,000 

8,235,868 



258,795 



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DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT — Continued 

Advances to the Northern Ontario Development Corporation ($783,437) 

R.S.O. 1970, Chap. 299 

Disbursements : 

Term Loan Program 602,400 

Assistance to the tourist industry 131 ,037 

Pollution abatement equipment 50,000 

783,437 

Total Expenditure, Department of Trade and 

Development % 43,343,887 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS, 1971-72 191 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 

(HIGHWAYS) 

Hon. Charles S. MacNaughton (Statutory, see page 216) 
Hon. Gordon R. Carton (Statutory, see page 216) 

DETAIL OF EXPENDITURE 

Voted 

Salaries and Wages (J$103,814,727) 

A. T. McNab Deputy Minister 41,596 

H. W. Adcock Assistant Deputy Minister (Engineering) 35,363 

D. A. Crosbie " " " (Administration) 30,748 

H. S. Howden Special Assistant to Deputy Minister 33,495 

V. C. Abrey, 22,286; H. M. Adamson, 42,868; W. S. Aitken, 21,633; F. G. Allen, 24,005; 
A. E. Argue, 23,404; M. D. Armstrong, 32,111; G. W. Batcules, 20,824; W. R. Bennett, 
20,909; W. Bidell, 28,827; P. D. Billings, 22,499; J. H. Blevins, 21,633; R. W. Bond, 
21,764; F. C. Brown, 20,909; J. G. Brown, 20,800; R. G. Burnfield, 20,909; J. E. 
Callaghan, 20,909; I. C. Campbell, 24,184; G. Campitelli, 24,519; J. J. Casey, 20,830; 
D. P. Collins, 20,909; I. J. Cowan, 22,270; B. R. Davis, 23,718; L. R. Eadie, 29.362; 
p. W. Farren, 24,274; J. L. Forster, 22,371; R. G. Gascoyne, 20,867; H. F. Gilbert, 
25,763; A. E. Goodwin, 26,400; C. S. Grebski, 20,711; H. Greenland, 21,969; P. J. 
Harvey, 20,909; D. M. Hopper, 20.790; W. T. Howard, 20,033; G. K. Hunter, 20,830; 
H. W. Hurrell. 22,517; G. H. Johnston, 23,576; A. Leslie, 23.166; J. W. MacDougall, 
22.393; G. Martens. 20.869; S. McCombie, 20,830; A. E. McKim, 20,909; G. A. Metcalfe, 
20,909; T. C. Muir, 20,909; J. A. O'Flynn, 21,324; E. J. Orr. 23.826; P. D. Patterson. 
22.664; W. A. Rathbun. 7.047; C. R. Robertson, 21,969; A. Rutka, 23,718; K. Y. Shen. 
23,522; G. R. Simpson, 23,704; G. M. Sinclair. 20.909; P. Smith. 23,826; V. A. Snell, 
20.909; D. T. Southcott, 19,721; A. G. Stermac. 20,830; A. C. Suter, 20,790; D. E. 
Thrasher, 20,513; J. G. Tillcock, 20,869; N. Varmazis, 21,569; L. E. Walker, 20,514; 
J. Walter, 29,308; A. A. Ward, 23.628; W. G. Wigle. 23,718; J. B. Wilkes, 28,302; 

C. R. Wilmot, 25.359; F. E. Wood, 23.389; G. A. Wrong. 20.830; Other salaries 

and wages. 102,127,690 103.814.727 

Employee Benefits ($8,023,998) 

Payments to the Treasurer of Ontario — re: Canada Pension Plan. 1.208,483; Group Insurance, 
104,313; Long Term Income Protection, 95.449; Ontario Health Insurance Plan, 338,365; 
Ontario Health Services Insurance Plan, 656,395; Ontario Hospital Plan, 347,272; Public 
Service Superannuation Fund, 4,297,579 ; Unemployment Insurance, 335,537. 7,383,393 

Workmen's Compensation Board of Ontario 640,605 

8,023,998 



Travelling Expenses ($7,162,781) 

Hon. G. R. Carton, 300; Hon. C. S. MacNaughton, 2,708; 

Acton. W. R., 2,636; W. R. Agnew and survey party, 3,271; E. J. Aide, 2,698; Air Canada, 
112,107; W. L. Albrecht, 3,640; K. K. Alexander, 2,863; L. H. Alexander, 3.125; 
W. H. Alguire. 2.756; J. R. Allgrove. 2.509; J. R. Amond. 4,418; D. M. Anderson 
and survey party, 5,584 ; D. R. Anderson and survey party, 11.181; Apex Auto Leasing. Ltd.. 
6.851; K. G. Apland, 3,157; R. W. Arbuckle, 3,663; D. J. Armatage, 4,315; A. H. 
Armstrong, 2,587; M. D. Armstrong, 2,628; Arrow Leasing, Ltd., 12,910; B. Asselstine, 
2,657; B. A. Atkinson, 4,043; R. H. Avery, 3,813; 

Baiks, B., 3,444; W. P. Baillie. 7.791 ; T. W. Baines. 2.891; B. R. Baker, 2,672; C. M. Baker. 



4,491 
2,531 
3,515 



W. S. Baliski and survey party, 4,522; J. T Bangs, 3,127; E. G. Barber, 
J. H. Barber, 2,914; R. A. Barkosky and survey party, 10,631; T F. Barnett, 
D. E. Barr and survey party. 8,889; E. M. Barrie. 4,334; D. H. Bartlett and 



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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND COMMUNICATIONS — Continued 



survey party, 8,437; G. A. Baun, 3,158; R. L. Bayne, 3,090; C. E. Beales, 3,865; 

E. M. Beemer and survey party, 12,080; J. C. Beemer, 4,071; R. H. Beemer, 4,037; 

B. J. Bell, 3,003; L. D. Bellerose, 2,950; C. R. Bender, 3,137; A. Beresnevicius, 2,959; 
J. M. Bertrand, 2,809; T. C. Besner, 2,671; D. J. Black, 2,584; P. A. Blackburn, 4,536; 

F. J. Board and survey party, 8,621; J. W. Booth, 2,583; T. J. Booth, 2,587; J. F. 
Bordowitz, 3,677; L. V. Bousfield and survey party, 6,885; R. P. Bower, 2,590; N. D. 
Boyd, 2,673; S. A. Boyd and survey party, 6,345; W. B. Boyd, 3,420; J. W. Boyle 
and survey party, 4,951; G. L. Brant, 3,142; N. D. Briggs, 3,445; N. Briscoe, 4,135; 
M. E. Brooke and survey party, 7,116; C. A. Brown and survey party, 17,630; F. C. 
Brown, 2,650; J. A. Brown, 3,687; G. R. Browning, 5,204; R. T. Bryant and survey 
party, 11,933; D. A. Budgeon and survey party, 10,946; C. H. Buffam and survey party, 
8,973; B. Burgin and survey party, 5,370; F. S. Burgess and survey party, 8,283; 
L. A. Burley, 2,658; 

Cairns, T. G. and survey party, 4,695; F. J. Callaghan, 3,058; H. W. Cameron, 2,839; 
J. Cameron, 2,938; A. R. Campbell and survey party, 10,726; L. Campeau, 4,006; 
A. R. Cangiano, 3,355; B. W. Carlyle and survey party, 5,915; J. A. Carmody, 3,296; 
R. F. Carney, 2,675; J. L. Carr, 3,469; R. W. Carson, 3,118; E. W. Chalkley, 3,270; 
L. W. Chartrand and survey party, 6,879; E. L. Childs and survey party, 3,468; J. W. 
Chisholm, 2,826; A. Clements and survey party, 3,556; V. A. Codato and survey party, 
3,706; J. W. Cole and survey party, 9,985; C. J. Collins, 3,336; A. Comba, 3,355; 
R. S. Conboy, 5,419; W. J. Connell and survey party, 2,610; G. D. Cook and survey 
party, 5,687; G. H. Cook and survey party, 12,607; R. J. Cooper, 3,421; R. W. 
Cornelius, 2,959; T. N. Coughler, 2,885; R. J. Courtemanche, 2,965; J. A. Cox, 3,857; 
M. W. Craig, 2,521; G. B. Crawford, 3,925; J. D. Crosbie and survey party, 3,458; 

Davidson, R. E. and survey party, 11,288; A. D. Davis, 2,619; D. W. Davis, 3,611; 
R. E. Davis, 3,248; B. T. Dawn and survey party, 5,795; N. E. Denis and survey party, 
11,984; R. D. Denison and survey party, 11,672; J. J. Desrochers and survey party, 
11,080; R. W. Didemus, 3,025; P. H. Dinelle, 2,641; D. D. Donovan, 2,730; J. P. 
Dougherty, 2,827; D. H. Dowdall and survey party, 9,727; H. J. Doyle and survey 
party, 5,114; N. K. Drew, 2,838; J. S. Dromgole, 2,681; E. G. Druery and survey party, 
3,091; F. W. Drysdale, 2,773; G. J. Dudgeon and survey party, 7,535; W. F. Duffy 
and survey party, 4,685; J. A. Dumond and survey party, 9,077; I. L. Dunkley, 
2,733; W. Dunn, 3,141; D. L. Dunning, 2,598; H. C. Durey, 3,007; 

Eckensviller, R. J., 2,742; M. D. Ede and survey party, 15,336; R. H. Edwards and survey 
party, 6,395; Edwards Ford-Mercury Sales, Ltd., 4,346; D. B. Ego, 3,113; J. A. Ellacott, 
2,560; M. F. Elliot and survey party, 3,257; A. L. Ellis and survey party, 8,904; 

C. P. Ellis, 3,095; K. A. Ellis, 2,549; M. R. Elms and survey party, 10,089; H. F. Evans 
and survey party, 8,481; R. J. Evans, 3,080; C. M. Everest and survey party, 6,022; 

Farrell, W. T., 3,183; L. J. Farrell and survey party, 5,825; A. Ferguson and survey party, 
8,685; N. C. Ferguson, 2,583; W. S. Ferguson and survey party, 5,202; J. R. Fetterly, 
2,618; J. R. Finn, 3,570; W. E. Fischer and survey party, 10,487; T. W. Fletcher, 
3,101; J. C. Flook, 2,639; D. B. Fowler and survey party, 3,715; J. F. Eraser and 
survey party, 8,991; R. B. Eraser, 3,472; G. T. Freeborn, 3,293; D. B. Freeman, 5,510; 
J. Fulton and survey party, 8,215; 

Gadd, W. R., 4,538; C. H. Gaebel and survey party, 3,097; G. D. Gale, 3,131; F. G. Gallagher 
and survey party, 3,931; G. L. Garrett, 3,336; M. G. Gibbens and survey party, 
10,422; D. G. Gibbons, 2,900; R. A. Gibson and survey party, 2,567; D. A. Giles, 2,773; 
H. A. Giles and survey party, 9,131; L. A. Gillespie and survey party, 3,748; D. J. 
Gillis and survey party, 14,807; J. J. Girard, 2,730; A. T. Gladu, 2,717; D. A. Glashan, 
4,438; A. Golding, 2,968; N. T. Goldsmith and survey party, 6,577; P. J. Gonu, 
2,822; J. C. Gonzalez, 3,698; G. R. GosseHn and survey party, 12,198; J. C. Graham, 
3,579; T. R. Graham, 2,741; D. Greenwood, 2,586; H. L. Gregor and survey party, 
2,613; G. D. Grierson, 3,232; J. E. Gruspier, 5,101; R. D. Gunter, 2,755; R. E. Guppy, 
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Hall, G. W., 2,976; Hamilton Rent-A Car Co., Ltd.. 4,245; T. F. Hancock and survey party, 
5,877; R. L. Hanton, 4,700; Harris-Ritchie Truck Rentals, 6,336; B. Harrison, 3.272; 
W. C. Hartman, 2,546; J. Hazuda, 3,132; G. W. Heatlie, 3,438; W. J. Hedges and survey 
party. 9.348; W. C. Heibein, 4,829; G. I. Hernden, 2,798; Hertz Rent-A Car Licencee, 
4,282; J. W. Hetherington, 2,827; T. A. Hickey, 2,708; T. P. Hilts and survey party, 
3,138; C. A. Hinsperger and survey party, 10,029; E. G. Hogg and survey party, 7,006; 
Holiday Rent-A Car, 4,157; R. E. Hood, 2,522; Hooker Air Service, Ltd., 2,640; J. W. 
Hope and survey party, 12,917; J. D. Hourigan and survey party, 10,146; J. L. Howard 
and survey party. 6,601; K. L. Howe, 2,858; W. G. Howe, 4,168; R. E. Hunter, 4,683; 
R. T. Hutchison, 3,651; F. W. Hyatt, 2,511; 

Inkster, W. J., 2,703; D. O. Ireland, 2,682; K. G. Isard, 3,273; K. E. Iwasa, 2,587; 

Johnson, D. R., 2,834; R. R. Johnston, 6,542; D. L. Jones and survey party, 7,597; D. M. 
Jones and survey party, 5,292; U. Junkala, 2,600; 

Kaljumaa, T., 2,653; M. D. Kelso, 4,385; E. R. Kennedy and survey party, 4,460; S. E. Keown, 
2,519; G. H. Kerr and survey party, 3,139; C. R. Kiar, 5,414; J. A. King, 3,563; A. R. 
Kingston, 3,088; Kingston Drive-Ur-Self, Ltd., 2,975; D. W. Kinnear, 2,685; J. S. 
Kinsey and survey party, 2,838; D. B. Kirker, 4,633; G. H. Kiteley and survey party, 
party, 10,393; J. M. Knapp, 3,562; D. Koolhaas and survey party, 9,061; P. Korgemagi, 
2,608; P. Ksenych, 2,734; D. B. Kuiack, 3,013; D. E. Kyle, 4,603; V. Kyllonen, 3,423; 

Laderoute, B. T. and survey party, 4,792; D. P. Lajoie, 2,595; C. W. Lambert, 2,581; 
L. A. Lamoureux, 5,720; J. R. Lancaster, 3,619; Department of Lands and Forests, 
3,783; A. Lanni and survey party, 6,181; L. Lanthier, 3,076; R. H. Larochelle and 
survey party. 9.908; R. W. Larouche and survey party, 3,027; J. A. Lasek. 2.921; 
R. O. Laukkanen and survey party, 7,660; K. J. Launen and survey party, 4.035; 
R. W. Lavictoire and survey party, 3,378; E. A. Lee and survey party, 3,255; M. T. 
Leitch, 2,739; J. K. Lennon, 3,087; L. R. Lennox, 3,967; L. L. Leslie and survey party, 
4,339; N. C. Lewis and survey party, 5,612; P. S. Libiak, 4,006; R. C. Lidstone and 
survey party, 5,588; R. W. Linton, 3.679; V. Littlefield, 3,749; H. R. Lodwick and 
survey party, 5,009; G. W. Logue, 3,371; London Rent-A-Car Co., Ltd., 4.041; D. V. 
Loney and survey partv, 10,358; A. R. Lott, 2,786; M. A. Lussier and survey party, 
3.790; 

MacDonald. G. A.. 3,070; B. C. MacDonald. 3,770; G. L. MacMillan, 2,599; R. A. MacSephney, 
3,168; B. L. Madden and survey party. 10,097; G. J. Magee, 2,566; D. A. Mahoney and 
survey party, 4,013; G. C. Malcolm, 3,623; M. J. Mann, 3,037; L. W. Marcellus, 2,868; 
T. C. Marshall and survey party, 11,529; B. A. Martin, 2,510; L. W. Matthew. 2,645; 
N. H. Mathon and survey party, 9,945; M. McArthur, 2,560; H. V. McCarthy and 
survey party, 10,641; A. W. McClelland, 3,285; C. A. McDermid and survey party. 
11.197; A. D. McDonald. 3.829; J. I. McDougall. 4,605; E. D. McGhee and survey party. 
7,058; G. A. McGoldrick, 2,908; K. P. McKenzie, 2,901; V. M. McKercher, 2,742; 
J. A. McKillop. 2,796; C. A. McKinnon, 2,987; I. C. McLaren, 5,835; D. M. McLean, 
2,937; C. J. McLean, 3,362; R. R. McLean, 3,286; D. M. McLellan, 3,224; W. R. 
McLennan. 3,116; R. W. McLuhan, 3,209; C. D. McLure, 2,623; A. A. McPhail and 
survey party, 6,504; C. F. McPhee and survey party, 6,663; W. F. McQuaker, 3,279; 
V. J. McQueen, 2,994; G. E. McRory, 2,693; E. Medema and survey party, 8,829; 
A. M. Merko and survey party, 6,591; D. R. Miclash. 2,872; D. M. Miehm, 2,704; D. E. 
Miller, 2,678; C. R. MilHard, 2,831; G. J. Miner, 5,900; A. J. Moll and survey party, 
4,396; H. H. Moore. 2,831; R. J. Moore. 3,090; R. J. Moore, 2,831; W. H. Moore, 2,815; 
A. G.' Morris and survey party, 4,965; L. J. Morrow, 3,080; D. P. Mouncey, 2,645; 
D. A. Mullett, 2,857; E. J. MuUin, 2,582; D. Murphy, 2,870; M. B. Murray, 3,012; 

Nanton, M. R., 2,611; W. D. Neilipovitz, 5,811; J. S. Neilson and survey party. 3,701; I. M. 
Nethercot, 2,563; N. D. Newman, 2,539; J. S. Newton and survey party, 2,958; F. L. 
Nice, 2,55(5; E. A. Nicol and survey party, 7,734; T. A. Nixey, 3,143; D. L. Northey, 
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O'Brien, H. W., 2,537; J. W. Oddson and survey party, 7,265; D. W. Odrowski and survey 
party, 9,506; N. S. O'Leary. 2,812; Ontario Central Airlines, Ltd., 12,657; W. J. O'Reilly, 
3,050; W. W. Osborn, 3,436; D. L. Osborne and survey party, 4,205; P. H. Otway, 2,940; 
W. P. Owens and survey party, 6,157; Owen Sound Motors, Ltd., 2,677; 

Pachner, J., 3,460; M. A. Packwood, 2,556; H. V. Parr, 3,012; E. G. Parsons, 2,626; 
R. R. Parsons, 4,653; E. J. Patterson, 2,669; H. L. Patterson, 3,713; P. Payer, 3,038; 
J. B. Pearson, 2,564; D. A. Peplinski and survey party, 8,894; M. L. Perk and survey 
party, 3,499; G. P. Perreault, 2,812; A. P. Perrier, 3,880; P. J. Perrin, 2,828; T. E. 
Perry, 3,408; K. O. Persson, 3,392; A. E. Pettigrew, 4,045; W. D. Phillips, 2,907; 
E. J. Pigeau and survey party, 3,793; W. E. Player, 2,716; L. J. Poirier and survey party, 
9,378; R. G. Pollard and survey party, 9,910; J. R. Polmateer and survey party, 
12,201; L. C. Poste, 2,955; D. B. Powell, 3,814; K. D. Prescott, 2,608; M. Prestaya. 
3,574; F. L. Pullen, 2,846; 

Quantrill, C. G., 2,722; 

Rainy Lake Airways, Ltd., 8,588; H. H. Rait and survey party, 11,194; R. D. Rasch and 
survey party, 8,671; E. G. Rawson, 4,572; K. J. Raynor, 2,894; J. H. Read, 3,762; 
G. H. Readman, 3,291; C. Rebhan, 2,782; L. F. Reichstein and survey party, 3,357; 
E. B. Reid, 3,742; W. F. Reid and survey party, 10,172; C. H. Reinhardt, 3,289; 
J. S. Rejczak, 6,827; N. E. Richards and survey party, 4,328; G. M. Richardson, 2,844; 
G. J. Ricker, 2,867; D. F. Riseboro and survey party, 3,979; C. R. Robbins, 2,828; D. J. 
Robbins, 4,428; R. R. Robbins, 3,161; K. A. Roberts, 3,170; Rockway Pontiac Buick, 
Ltd., 2,599; D. M. Rodger and survey party, 11,097; P. Rogers, 2,583; J. A. Rogerson 
and survey party, 3,953; E. W. Rose, 2,875; V. G. Ross, 2,666; R. J. Routenburg, 
2,977; J. W. Russell, 2,665; S. L. Russell and survey party, 7,872; H. B. Russett, 2,687; 
D. E. Rutledge, 2,743; G. Ryan and survey party, 8,357; J. E. Ryan, 2,926; Ryder 
Truck Rental (Canada), Ltd., 5,133; D. S. Ryding, 3,624; 

Saint, E. R., 2,654; J. J. St. Amour, 2,746; M. J. St. Michel, 2,915; P. J. Samis, 3,204; 
W. D. Sauder, 2,725; D. R. Savage and survey party, 2,618; R. J. Schaefer and 
survey party, 6,693; E. A. Schoenfeldt and survey party, 9,511; P. H. Scott, 2,624; 
T. C. Seawright and survey party, 2,861; D. P. Segodnia, 3,141; B. Seggewiss 
and survey party, 11,553; J. S. Seguin, 4,291; R. H. Service, 2,521; T. J. Shanahan, 
2,771; W. T. Sharbot, 2,852; J. M. Sharp, 2,859; L. C. Sharp, 2,951; L. J. Sharpe, 
3,037; T. A. Sharpe, 3,564; M. J. Sheedy and survey party, 8,192; R. W. Sheffield 
and survey party, 6,108; D. B. Shier and survey party, 3,313; W. k. Shilhng- 
ton, 2,720; G. L. Sholer, 2,847; V. A. Shushack, 2,604; E. Sigus and survey party, 
9,343; G. M. Sinclair, 3,814; P. A. Sinden, 3,220; R. J. Skebo, 3,177; M. R. Slator 
and survey party, 7,268; A. W. Smith, 3,341; L. A. Smith, 3,381; R. R. Smith, 
3,389; W. L. Smith and survey party, 6,467; J. Smrcka, 2,723; Snelgrove NuDrive, 
Ltd., 6,358; W. D. Soper, 4,377; K. G. Soutar and survey party, 9,865; H. R. Stankaitis, 
3,324; W. C. Stanton, 3,418; W. Stascheiko and survey party, 8,659; J. D. Steele and 
survey party, 11,453; E. Steinhards, 4,137; J. R. Stephen, 3,493; H. F. Stephens, 
2,892; T. G. Stewart, 5,006; Stobeck Leasing, Ltd., 17,558; R. E. Stock, 4,319; C. G. 
Stone, 3,130; J. H. Stretton, 4,176; J. W. Stringer, 2,784; B. V. Sudds and survey 
party, 5,382; F. G. Sworik, 3,090; B. G. Syme and survey party, 10,178; J. M. Syme, 
5,139; A. Szenasi and survey party, 5,471; C. O. Szilagyi and survey party, 3,545; 

Taylor, B. C, 2,545; J. E. Taylor, 2,791 ; R. Taylor, 3,002; R. T. Tedford, 3,434; S. L. Teetzel, 
6,119; G. F. Telford and survey party, 7,304; R. R. Therrien, 3,365; T. Thomaes, 6,166; 
L. G. Thompson, 2,651; H. G. Thompson, 2,627; W. H. Thompson, 2,629; Tilden 
Rent-A-Car Service, 3,759; Tilden Rent-A-Car Co., 4,119; Tilden Rent-A-Car System, 
Ltd., 12,920; J. G. Tillcock, 3,949; C. A. Timko and survey party, 11,158; L. M. Tomasini, 
2,705; A. S. Torrie, 2,859; L. Townsend, 3,351; C. M. Trainor, 3,037; G. L. Tribe, 4,329; 
R. L. Trivers, 2,689; J. C. Trudel and survey party, 3,340; A. A. Tucker, 2,575; G. R. 
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Underwood, D. C, 2.550; C. W. Urcheshen, 2,998; 



Vankan, G., 3,245; J. J. Vanlieshout and survey party, 3,859; D. C. Vollrath, 2,870; 
J. Vording and survey party, 3,645; 

Walker, D. E., 2,828; J. E. Walker and survey party, 7,559; J. T. Walkom, 3,032; D. G. 
Walters, 5,344; R. K. Wanless, 2,908; H. Wanecki, 2,637; N. W. Ward, 2,762; G. Warner 
and survey party, 10,938; I. S. Warnock, 3,664; P. N. Wasylkiw and survey party, 
11,997; C. R. Watson, 3,510; L. S. Wedgbury, 4,826; W. H. Weitzel, 3,406; J. L. Westcott, 
4,066; A. L. Wheeler, 2,711; G. R. White and survey party, 5,124; J. R. White, 2,685; 
K. W. Whitelock and survey party, 8,963; J. F. Williams, 2,684; C. D. Williamson, 2,640; 
G. W. Wilson. 2,735; H. R. Wilson, 3,885; W. Wilson, 3.765; O. E. Witiw and survey 
party, 5.826; D. J. Wolffers, 2,542; A. G. Wood, 2,648; E. H. Wood. 2,599; W. H. 
Wood. 2,936; J. R. Woodward, 3,157; R. C. Workman, 2,509; K. D. Wright and survey 
party,' 4.531 ; J. H. Wyborn, 3,901 ; 

Yip Chuck, K. S., 4,383; B. J. Young, 3,539; E. F. Young, 3.714; R. I. Young. 3.019; C. C. 
Yuill, 5,301 ; 

Zavitski, E. J., 3,325; N. J. Zebruck, 3,485; Accounts under $2,500, 4.549,282 



7,162,781 



Materials, Supplies, etc. ($267,944,554) 

Materials, Supplies, etc. ($105,454,373): 

ATM Industries, Ltd., 16,356; Abitibi Paper Co., Ltd., 61,489; Acklands, Ltd., 67.623; 
Acme Highway Supply, Ltd., 28,363; Acme Planing Mills, Ltd., 22,003; H. G. Acres, 
Ltd., 77,275; Acton Welding & Stampmg Co., Ltd., 12,445; Addressograph Multigraph 
of Canada, Ltd., 139,434; Leo Alarie & Sons. Ltd., 31,234; Albrecht Bros. Reinforcing 
Steel, Ltd., 90,027; Aldershot Industrial Installations. Ltd., 10,423; Town of 
Alexandria, 595,937; Algoma Steel Corporation, Ltd., 1,145,015; Township of Algona 
South, 14,108; Allied Chemical Canada. Ltd., 277,585; Bob Allinson Sales & Service, 
35,599; Town of Alliston, 20,946; Robert Allworth, Ltd., 134,717; Alpine Graphic 
Productions, Ltd., 14,764; Aluminum Co. of Canada, Ltd., 26,194; Ambler-Courtney 
Ltd., 10.206; American Can of Canada, Ltd., 18,086; American Coleman of Canada 
96,771; American Motors (Canada), Ltd., 177,326; Anachemia Solvents, Ltd., 11,557 
Township of Anderdon, 17,325; Angelo's Hardware, Ltd., 15,343; S. Anglin Co. 
Ltd., 13,073; Leonard Angus, 10,492; Annett Chemicals, Ltd., 38,790; Antici 
Construction Co., Ltd., 21,708; Paul Arch, 18,085; Armco Canada. Ltd., 1,299,389 
Armitage (Ontario) Construction Co., Ltd., 23,676; Armstrong Bros. Co., Ltd., 372,661 
George Armstrong Co., Ltd., 54,644; Arnprior Builders Supplies, 18,015; Arrow 
Leasing. Ltd.. 75,100; Assinck Bros. Ltd., 13,101; Atco Quebec, Lt'ee, 53,180; 
Atkinson's Service Garage & Auto Supplies, 14.169; Atlas Alloys, 34,531; Atlas 
Copco Canada, Ltd., 46,575; Atlas Polar Co., Ltd., 13.100; Town of Aurora, 27,500; 
Auto Electric Service Co., Ltd., 10,033; Autolec Services (Ontario). Ltd., 18,816; 
Town of Aylmer, 42,924; 

B. Bailey Bridge & Equipment, Ltd., 13.927; B. G. S. Machinery, Ltd.. 17,614 
B P Oil Ltd., 888,164; N. Baldini Excavating, 15,478; Townships of Bangor 
Wicklow'and McClure, 67,456; J. D. Barnes, Ltd., 66,677; Kenneth Barr, 31,148 
Barratt Spun Concrete Poles, Ltd., 43,186; City of Barrie, 141,261; W. E. Bateman 
15 745- Bay Contracting, 13,406; K. J. Beamish Construction Co., Ltd., 37,241 
Village of Beaverton, 22,349; Clayton Beers, 30,722; Belco Safety Products, Ltd., 
20 221 Bell Canada, 1,100,066; City of Belleville, 346,360; W. B. Bennett Paving 
& Materials Ltd. 11.240; Bennie Lumber & Building Materials, Ltd., 11,408; Bergman 
Builders Kenora, Ltd.. 11,352; Roy Berry, 16,406; Bert's Auto Supply Ltd 14,943; 
Besner Bros Construction. 18,820 ; Bethlehem Steel Export Corporation, 35,517 ; Ronald 
Bizier Trucking 19 174; Blacktop Construction, Ltd., 23,833; Blackwood Hodge 



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Equipment, Ltd., 14,736; Bluewater Paving, 42,631; Dave Boothby, 11,905; Borden 
Metal Products (Canada), Ltd., 51,791; Bot Construction, Ltd., 10,546; Wilf Boudah 
& Sons, 23,460; P. Boutin Co., Ltd., 10,527; Harry Boyd. 12,918; Town of Bracebridge, 
28,191; Town of Brampton, 71,387; Brandram- Henderson Co., 12,659; City of 
Brantford, 829,436; Brantford Public Utilities Commission, 74,310; A. J. Braun 
Mfg., Ltd., 51,910; Township of Brethour, 33,299; Fred Breu General Contractor, 
11,037; John N. Brocklesby Transport, Ltd., 10,631; H. J. Brooks Trucking, 55,893; 
Brown Bros., Ltd., 10,978; H. E. Brown Supply Co., Ltd., 70,491; Township of 
Brudenell and Lyndoch, 49,743; Brundige Construction Co., Ltd., 19,682; Brunswick 
Mfg. Co., Ltd., 12,377; Murray Buckwalt, 11.530; Bucyrus Blades of Canada, Ltd., 
39,198; Township of Burleigh and Anstruther, 403,912; Burlington Pubhc Utihties 
Commission, 37,617; Burlington Steel Co., 46.183; Town of Burlington, 149,016; 

Cache Bay, Town of, 10,514; Alex Cain, Ltd., 25,883; Cam-Hi Safety Equipment, Ltd., 
12,083; Township of Cambridge, 53,832; C. R. L. Campbell Bros. Construction, 
Ltd., 21,716; Clare Campbell, 13,106; Canada Cement Lafarge, Ltd., 251,098; Canada 
Electric Castings, Ltd., 13,979; Canada Packers, Ltd., 20,400; Canadian Coleman 
Co., Ltd., 11,406; Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, 25,143; Canadian Cutting 
& Coring, 54,581; Canadian Dredge & Dock, Ltd., 52,836; Canadian Fine Color 
Co., Ltd., 82,819; Canadian General Electric Co., Ltd., 188,964; Canadian Hoechst, 
Ltd., 24,579; Canadian Industries, Ltd., 213,105; Canadian Kenworth, Ltd., 178,969; 
Canadian Kodak Sales, Ltd., 10,126; Canadian Longyear, Ltd., 74,289; Canadian 
Motorola Electronics Co., 139,755; Canadian National Railways, 2,591,575; Canadian 
National Telecommunications, 92,324; Canadian Niagara Power Co., Ltd., 89,014; 
Canadian Ohio Brass Co., Ltd., 20,561 ; Canadian Pacific Express Co., 14,132; Canadian 
Pacific Railway Co., 160,332; Canadian Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd., 23,869; Canadian 
Salt Co., Ltd., 2,777,597; Canadian Trailmobile, Ltd., 11,295; Canadian Westing- 
house Construction & Industrial Sales, Ltd., 10,979; D. & N. Canfield, 26,169; 
Canron, Ltd., 93,861; Capital Air Surveys, Ltd., 29,070; Capital Construction 
Equipment, Ltd., 92,772; Carleton Culvert Co., Ltd., 19,629; Carman Construction, 
Ltd., 52,516; Case Power & Equipment, Ltd., 141,741; Cataphote Corporation, 
23,637; Cayuga Materials & Construction Co., Ltd., 20,526; Cayuga Quarries, Ltd., 
15,832; Village of Cayuga, 221,016; Chain Saw Chnic, 10,160; Township of Chapleau, 
14,339; A. J. Chapman, 15,628; City of Chatham, 53,997; Chevron Asphalt, Ltd., 
310,358; Chrysler Canada, Ltd., 665,168; Chrysler Truck Centre Toronto, Ltd., 
22,839; City Truck Leasing, 26,227; Department of Civil Service, 11,263; Peter 
Clapperton, 35,643; Township of Clarendon and Miller, 523,647; Adam Clark Co., 
Ltd., 13,040; Clemmer Industries (1964), Ltd., 14,403; Town of Clinton, 62,614; 
Town of Cobourg, 23,939; Cochrane-Dunlop Hardware, Ltd., 30,302; Cochrane Public 
Utilities Commission, 21,490; Hugh Cole Construction, Ltd., 16,649; Cole Sherman 
& Associates, Ltd., 153,641; Town of Collingwood, 377,363; Commonwealth Plywood 
Co., Ltd., 33,769; Computrex Centres, Ltd., 62,659; Consohdated Engines & 
Machinery Co., Ltd., 14,421 ; Consolidated Sand & Gravel Co., 18,188; Joe Constantineau, 
10,999; Consumer's Gas Co., 225,273; Cooney Haulage, Ltd., 27,742; City of Cornwall, 
71,983; Corrugated Pipe Co., Ltd., 46,680; Cox Construction, Ltd., 13,349; Crea-Mac 
Contracting Co., Ltd., 63,209; Peter Crisp Leasing, 37,521; Crothers, Ltd., 19,173; 
Crown Zellerbach Building Materials (Eastern), Ltd., 26,650; P. Csuzdi Forest 
Products, Ltd., 15,892; Township of Cumberland, 67,903; Cummins Eastern Canada, 
19,056; Ross Cunningham, Ltd., 16,329; J. Curtis and Sons, Ltd., 22,044; 

Daily Commercial News, Ltd., 17,761 ; Dalton Fuels. Ltd., 41,607; Damas & Smith, Ltd., 
19,535; Davis Controls, Ltd., 95,968; J. W. Davis Co. of Canada, 76,802; F. A. 
Dearling Wood Products, 20,652; Decca Radar Canada (1967), Ltd., 23,045; 
De Havilland Aircraft of Canada, Ltd., 34,150; Deleuw Cather & Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
621,104; Township of Denbigh, Abinger and Ashby, 15,457; Dibblee Construction 
Co., Ltd., 12,345; Dictaphone Corporation, Ltd., 13,087; Diesel Equipment, Ltd., 



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31,851; Dietzgen of Canada, Ltd., 28,204; M. M. Dillon, Ltd., 590,517; Dilworth 
Equipment, Ltd., 83,503; Disher-Farrand, Ltd., 11,184; Disposal Services, Ltd., 
11,887; Dixon Van Lines, Ltd., 17,101; H. Dodge Haulage, 23,292; Dominion 
Aluminum Fabricating, Ltd., 16,118; Dominion Auto Accessories, Ltd., 27,241; 
Dominion Bridge Co., Ltd., 79,315; Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co., 
594,340; Dommion Motors, 20,679; Dominion Road Machinery Sales Co., Ltd., 
272,283; Dominion Soil Investigation, Ltd., 188,786; Dominion Steel & Coal 
Corporation, Ltd., 21,087; Domestic Tank & Equipment, Ltd., 24,140; Domtar 
Chemicals, Ltd., 3,633,757; Ken Dooley Bulldozing, 21,881; F. B. Doran Dock, Ltd., 
11,081; Dorion Inn & Store, 74,259; Dow Chemical of Canada, Ltd., 316,922; Drew 
Brown, Ltd., 38,800; Drummond McCall & Co., Ltd., 26,776; Town of Dryden, 
26,400; County of Dufferin, 69,724; Dufferin Materials & Construction, Ltd., 12,980; 
Duke Lawn Equipment, Ltd., 42,057; Town of Dundas, 19,205; Dunham-Bush of 
Canada, Ltd., 10,150; Du Pont of Canada, Ltd., 37,212; Durham Motors (Port Hope), 
Ltd., 12,451; Durham Stone & Pavmg, Ltd., 16.659; Town of Durham, 29,986; 

Eadie Don Construction, Ltd., 44,218; Ear Falls Contracting, Ltd., 12,084; Improvement 
District of Ear Falls, 10,550; Eastland Bros. (Niagara), Ltd., 46,025; Edwards 
Ford-Mercury Sales, Ltd., 25,099; Jack H. Edwards, Ltd., 14,765; Elastometal, Ltd., 
40,551; Electric Power Accessories Co., Ltd., 23.937; County of Elgin, 493,119; 
Township of Elizabethtown, 85,290; Town of Elmira, 111,035; Louis A. Emon, 
10,133; Erie Excavating & Trucking Co., 21,605; Erin Steel & Wire Co., 209,866; 
Ernway, Ltd., 18,974; Ethier Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 69,935; Borough of Etobicoke, 
130,798; Evermg Associates, 12,578; Duff Evers Lumber & Construction, 17,846; 

FWD Corporation (Canada). Ltd., 12,990; Fabricon Mfg., Ltd., 24,356; Factory 
Warehouse, 34,964; Fahralloy Canada, Ltd., 103,781; Fairbank Lumber Co., Ltd 
10,886; Falgar Enterprises & Rentals, Ltd., 10,237; Fawcett Metal Products, Ltd 
15,763; Federal Technical Surveys. Ltd., 32,408; Fedquip Incorporated, 134,302 
A. J. Feheley Co., Ltd., 14,427; Fenco, 18,782; Jim Fenwick, 19,687; Town of Fergus 
14,349; Fidelity Insurance Co. of Canada, 20.625; Filuma Zonta Door Co., 15,711 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., 52,690; Firth Bros.. Ltd., 11,057 
Fischer & Porter (Canada), Ltd., 45,578; J. G. Fitzgerald & Sons, Ltd.. 10,887 
Flex-0-Lite of Canada, Ltd.. 162,293; Fhntkote Co. of Canada, Ltd., 69,000 
Fluorocarbon Co.. 14,876; Town of Fort Erie, 140,976; L. B. Foster Co., 11,841 
Foundation of Canada Engineering Corporation, Ltd., 252,533; Fowler-Campbell 
Contractors, Ltd.. 27,648; Fowler Construction Co., Ltd., 39,826; Fox Cartage & 
Storage, Ltd., 15,559; Frink of Canada, 213.095; Frontenac Auto Electric Service, 
Ltd., 13,624; County of Frontenac, 243,889; Frost Steel & Wire Co., Ltd., 113,306; 

G. & H. Steel Service of Canada, Ltd., 129.240; City of Gait. 39,199; Gamma Engineering, 
Ltd.. 38.674; Leo Gauvreau, 13,613; General Fire Extinguisher Corporation (Canada), 
Ltd., 12,056; General Motors of Canada, Ltd., 313,165; General Photogrammetric 
Services,' Ltd., 31,907; General Supply Co. of Canada. Ltd., 122,984; Genier Bros. 
Trucking, Ltd.. 12,029; Gerber Scientific Instrument Co., 16,988; German & Milne, 
13,873; Gibb. Albery. Pullerits & Dickson, 315,268; W. S. Gibson & Sons. Ltd., 
55'387' Gif^els Associates. Ltd.. 422,409; Gilbert Steel. Ltd.. 30,590; Gilbertson 
Enterprises, 17,255; Glidden Co., 13,750; Globe & Mail, Ltd., 10,814; Leon Gobeil, 
13,008; H. Q. Golder & Associates, Ltd., 77,214; Goodco, Ltd., 54,517; B. F. 
Goodrich Canada, Ltd., 189,464; Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
101403- Gormley Sand & Gravel, Ltd., 31,541; Graphic Controls Canada, Ltd., 
13 367; Graphic-Litho Plate, Ltd., 13,658; Township of Grattan, 24,113; Gray Coach 
Lines Ltd., 948,829; Great Lakes Power Co., Ltd., 18,512; Ernest Green & Son, Ltd., 
17 914- William P. Green, 12,058; Gregnol Contracting, 12,827; County of Grey, 
750.595; Town of Grimsby, 58,067; George Groome, 12,961; Guays' Garage, Ltd., 
15,842; City of Guelph, 519,087; Gulf Oil Canada, Ltd., 2,850,755; 



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Hacquoil Construction, Ltd., 67,258; Albert Haigh, 18,589; County of Haldimand, 
39,653; Provisional County of Haliburton, 1,279,807; Hall Photographic Supply, 
Ltd., 241,368; Tauno Halonen, 13,629; Emil Halverson, 14,051; City of Hamilton, 
4,506,916; Hanover Truck Bodies, Ltd., 83,470; Harnden & King Construction, Ltd., 
10,963; Harper Detroit Diesel, Ltd., 10,803; J. Harris & Sons, Ltd., 146,729; Town 
of Harriston, 18,176; County of Hastings, 566,967; Russell M. Hawley, 22,884; 
Helpert Supply, Ltd., 20,486 ; J. F. Henderson, Ltd., 40,209; Town of Hespeler, 302,060 ; 
Hewlett Packard (Canada), Ltd., 32,975; J. M. Hewson, 20,764; Heywood-Wakefield 
Co. of Canada, Ltd., 67,580; Hicks Construction, 23,685; Highland Ford Sales, Ltd., 
10,258; Holotuks Servicentre, 16,626; Home Lumber Co., 22,400; G. C. Hudson 
Supply, Ltd., 10,299; Hughes-Owens Co., (Ltd.), 57,614; Humber Automotive. Ltd., 
10,735; Town of Huntsville, 140,050; County of Huron, 338,184; Huronian Co., 
Ltd., 12,640; Husky Oil, Ltd., 59,445; D. E. & J. C. Hutchison Contracting Co., Ltd., 
79,932; Hydro Guelph, 36,324; Hydro Nepean, 49,029; Hydro Niagara Falls, 15,412; 
Hydro Ontario, 1,381,660; Hydro Thunder Bay, 12,218; Hydro-Electric Commission 
Etobicoke, 107,479; Hydro-Electric Commission Town of Mississauga, 24,890; 
Hydro-Electric Commission North Bay, 13,453; Hydro-Electric Commission Ottawa, 
86,993; Hydro-Electric Commission Township of Vaughan, 14,952; Hydro-Electric 
Commission Borough of York North, 76,949; Hydro-Electric System Hamilton, 
17,363; 

1. B. M. Canada, Ltd., 826.498; Imperial Oil, Ltd., 2,217,443; Imperial Oil Enterprises, 
Ltd., 203.994; Imperial School Desks, Ltd., 10,995; Industrial Textiles, Ltd., 13,864; 
Industri